Publish date: August 8th 2013
Publisher: Total-E-Bound Publishing
Pages no: 186
Edition language: English
Series: Uniformity (#1)
Getting to know Correctional Officer Daniel “Kash” Kashaveroff was very enlightening. I always figured that anyone who did the job of a CO at a prison had a calling in law enforcement. Kash was the complete opposite of that. He needed a job and this was the only job available at the time. This was a...
I liked the concept of the book, but found it lacking. Characters felt flat, only two dimensional. At the end I didn't have an emotional connection to the characters. Read and forget it. Plus plenty of eye rolling moments. Wouldn't recommend.
Shelby's review is perfect: http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/704545687
Sorry for the bad review, but I'm in a bit of a funk, so this will just mainly be dot points:- promising premise that ended up disappointing (lacked the realism and intensity that made the premise so grabbing)- idiotic, 2D and unlikeable characters. I couldn't relate or sympathise with any of the ch...
3.5? I think I'm gonna go 4 stars...there were a few things that kinda pulled it down for me a bit, but overall, I did enjoy it. Kash works in a maximum security prison, he is fair and hard working, burned out, and of course, still in the closet. He gets to working with Zane Davis, a character that-...
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