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The Final Straw - Ted Tayler
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The Final Straw
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Format: kindle
ASIN: 18377434
Publisher: Ted Tayler
Pages no: 244
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A Novel Design
A Novel Design rated it
4.0 The Final Straw
Does the premise make sense and is it engaging? The premise was engaging and held my interest but I’m not sure I fully understand Colin Bailey and his motivations. It was easy to understand Karen and Sue but Colin was a puzzle and it felt like he had more than revenge on his mind. What did you think...
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5.0 The Final Straw
Favourite scene …. When Colin and Karen make separate plans for the holiday season. This isn't really my favourite scene but of all the scenes, I think this one will stay with me for a long time.Favourite quote … "Their grief had been genuine and heartfelt, but when that grief had faded, as it had i...
The Reading Cat
The Reading Cat rated it
5.0 The Final Straw
Did the plot pull you in or did you feel you had to force yourself to read the book? The plot pulled me in from the first page. The story is original, the characters unique and the writing is absolutely moving.How realistic was the characterization? Very realistic. I'm assuming the author has done s...
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5.0 The Final Straw
What were the main relationships explored in this book? Family. Colin's family is dysfunctional and just when he thinks he finally has created a safe zone for himself and his family, everything comes crashing down.3 things I liked about the book … I loved the writing and the fact that it was a quick...
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5.0 The Final Straw
What were the main themes of the book? Drama, tragedy, family, death and revenge. The author's execution was flawless simply because you never knew what was going to happen in the next page. Colin Bailey is a character with many different layers, and the author assures readers that in every chapter,...
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