This intellectual, prose-cartoon, that might have grown out of some confusion between MAD magazine, speculative science fiction and Bellotto's weird mental contemplations about a near future North America, has spilled in a sort of…Continue
Added by Richard Bunning on March 25, 2013 at 8:35am — No Comments
I loved reading this book. Some parts of it held my attention like a vice. I can still hear the roar of roller blades, the shatter of glass, the cawing of circling crows.
Some passages needed a touch more editing. However, the little stutters in the flow, the very occasional…
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http://goo.gl/nSmFQ -A Bookpleasures Review of an Amazon book http://www.amazon.com/The-Downs-Being-Dead-ebook/dp/B0086QBAMC…Continue
Added by Richard Bunning on September 17, 2012 at 7:50pm — No Comments
I have fallen in love with this book, and already miss its adventure. The writing style flows like water, painting pictures that seem to float off the page. The main characters are interesting and deeply drawn, serious issues are bridged, suspense is held, and the book unravels to a suitably satisfactory and less than expected end.
A wide spectrum of readers should be as affected as I am, from Young Adult to “Seen-it-All” Veterans of a thousand books. We see the story through the eyes…Continue
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