Perhaps under the painfully verbose description of every aspect of each scene, character, and action in this novel there may be an excellent and gripping story; But unless you are a an aspiring English literature professor who enjoys reading 200 words to describe something where 2 words would suffice to convey the same meaning, you'll never reach the heart of the story. This book reads like an over-zealous college student's attempt to use every word he has ever learned in a five hundred page poem disguised as a novel. By the time the author finishes describing the smell of the wind blowing through the trees the reader (or listener) will forget the plot. This is the first content I've downloaded by this author, and it is likely to be the last.
Report Inappropriate Content