Never a Hero
Publish date: May 13th 2013
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Pages no: 167
Edition language: English
Series: Tucker Springs (#5)
This story has a great plot with real characters.
I love reading Marie Sexton. This is the one that I didn't enjoy and its because of me not her. Possible Spoiler! I don't like reading about characters with AIDS or HIV. Nope, I don't like it one bit. Sorry. It really is my hangup. NOPE! I did find everything else to be purely captivating.
This was almost a 5-star read for me - it tackles difficult subjects and does it really well, I think. I was in tears for half the book, and smiling stupidly for the other half, and I loved how everything was solved in the end. The only problem is that the MC's mother felt like caricature bad guy - ...
3.5 stars. Spoilerish, so read with caution. I tried to be vague, but I still think you can easily figure it out. I was very disappointed and angry with Owen's reaction to Nick's admission. I do understand being scared, but with all of Owen's talk about how other peoples' reactions affect him, y...
Poorly characterised and barely plotted, this one pushes the envelope that much further with the inclusion of terrible female characters. Even the little sister (with the uncannily exact same disability) has some of her agency removed by making her a flake who just jumps from interest to interest (...
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