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Hello my Freaky Darlings, So ... here's a glimpse into the mind of a writer... While driving home yesterday afternoon I spotted a guy lean out of his car window and hand an almost brand new pair of shoes to another guy who was begging at the traffic light. To a normal person this would … Continue reading The story of the shoes
Hello my Freaky Darlings, So ... The Race was downloaded over 2000 times last night ... It's at number one on a whole bunch of charts including Political Thrillers & Suspense, as well as Science Fiction & Fantasy short reads. I think I may freak out a little today. And because these charts move so … Continue reading The Race is #1
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And the first review for Training Days is in…
This book follows on from The Race. The story started pretty much directly after the first part but it was different. Whenever I’ve read anything buy De La Haye I’ve always felt it was South African. In this story though it felt like as the main protagonist changes and moves away from her roots so the writing changes. I found it fascinating to feel the voice change as the character does. It was only a slight shift but it really added something to the story.
There is a definite act two feel to this story and it really does build well upon the first book. I don’t think it works as well as a stand-alone book when compared to the first book but I think the writing is a lot better in terms of the characters. I re-read The Race before reading Training Days and I would highly recommend…
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