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After a fortieth birthday surprise party, Clayton Carter, a NY actor and street mime, is reminded of the gang rape of his college girl friend by five of his fraternity brothers. Now twenty years later, Clayton sets out to wreak revenge on the rapists. Using his expertise as a makeup artist and with disguises he manages to bring them grief. But his efforts at revenge take a surprising turn that forces Clayton to rethink his plans at getting even.

©2017 Tom Benenson (P)2017 Tom Benenson

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Monte Cristina meets JOHN Wayne

The story line is Count of Monte Cristo “esque“. I enjoyed the premise and plot twists. Tom Blocks performance, editing and dramatic use of music has Cotten better and better this being his best to date in my opinion.
I recommend this performance to Monte Cristo and Good over Evil fans.

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Good story, Good Listen

If you could sum up The Back Forty in three words, what would they be?

Modern Saga of Revenge

Who was your favorite character and why?

Clayton Carter. In his search for revenge for his girlfriend's gang rape, he evolved and changed to a better person both physically and psychologically..

Have you listened to any of Thomas Block’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Not applicable

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

A search for revenge leads from New York to South Dakota

Any additional comments?

If this was being read as a book, it would be a page-turner