What a whirlwind of a book! So many characters and sub plots, and so much going on…. (don’t worry there are never spoilers in my reviews)
It’s set in 2040, where a huge corporations has basically taken over the lives of just about everyone on the planet, and there’s a big scheme to take them down during their biggest ever event. And while that is a story in and of itself, there’s a whole lot more going on…
Gotta love a book with multiple storylines – it’s like reading several books at once – and then at the end, it all comes together for the main event!
The shocking first story line begins with a crime scene. The bodies of a reverend and his two children are discovered, and the mother is nowhere to be found. Interestingly, a partial print of the culprit is found that matches 3 different identities on the police database.
Hey everyone, I just wanted to give you a little teaser about the next book reviews coming up on the blog. There’s an intriguing murder-mystery in Salvation Station, a dramatic dystopia set in 2040 in Pulse, and an anthology of well written short stories in Without Expiration. Stay tuned!
Hi folks, just letting you know, there is is no new content being put on the blog at the moment – but don’t fret – I’ve secured the domain name for another year and all the previous content will remain accessible for the foreseeable future.
When I read the synopsis for this book, I thought “Aah, here’s a story with some oomph!” The book starts with the line “Perry Mason unzipped his pants…” and I thought “I didn’t think it was that sort of a book!” There were no erotic scenes though, but there was drama and violence aplenty! Continue reading The Last Straw by Ed Duncan.