This book ranks somewhere in the middle of the pack.
When the original drummer had to be asked to step down.
Any scene involving Keith Moon
I was surprised at the honesty. Pete showed himself as completely wacked out at times and then he was a compassionate human being at other times.
Who fan my whole life and found this book a real treat. Any fan of the rock and roll 60's/70's will get a kick out of this book. Pete not so much reads the book but he tells his story like he's sitting and talking just to the listener.
The overall setting and story.
I didn't like how the killer of a child gets painted in a sympathetic light.
Narrator's words faded at the end of each sentence. Starts at a normal volume and ends in a whisper.
Try another Tana French book. The reviews are good for this series I figure it must be me.
Joe Barrett has made this story his own to tell and he tells it with passion. Very believable. John Irving detailed each character in such detail that when the character came up later in the story I had a sharp mental picture. This made the story very easy to follow.
Pastor Merrill, I think, because he represents a true human emotion. All was well because he thought it to be so until confronted with the truth. He is a bit of an ostrich. Head in the sand.
"Why it's Johnny Wheelwright!"
His emotion in the final sentence, "Oh God, please give him back. I shall keep asking you."
Take a chance on this book. You'll be glad you did.
The effects of tinkering with the past to effect the future.
The third part of this story seemed to go on forever and I felt it took away from the story as a whole. The ending was a bit of a surprise and I enjoyed that. Overall I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was interesting to have fiction that is based on true history.
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