Man in the Woods
Publish date: 2010-09-14
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Well, if you saw my Sunday Salon guest post from Dusty Crabtree, at the very end you will have noted that I stayed up until after 2:00 am last night to finish Shadow Eyes. I simply could not put this debut book down, even though I will admit I was tired and so ready to go to sleep. I just had to fin...
I really wanted to like this book. I thought the premise was interesting, there were some great moments, but overall I was just too sidetracked by all the religious propaganda. Despite some great intellectual moments, we can really boil this book down to: Man accidentally kills a bad person in the...
The storyline in this book was good. I thought that it did drag on in parts and that characters were "thrown in" to extend the length of the book, as I quite couldn't figure out what their purpose was. I needed to read this for a live book club and, although, I did enjoy this story, I don't feel tha...
A deliciously suspenseful novel. I was fully absorbed in each character's perspective.
It is 1999 and the terror of Y2K is on the horizon. Paul is a carpenter, capable, reserved, who is living in a New York suburb with Kate, a recovering alcoholic, recent convert to Christianity and newly published author of a best-seller about her recovery and conversion. They have a lovely life toge...
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