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Pretty good, if the author is a high school English student. Otherwise, not so much
on October 24, 2016
Writing a book is no mean feat, and I give the author credit for doing that. However, the quality of his writing is terribly lacking. The good guys are ALL extraordinarily good and selfless. They have no character flaws and are so downright unbelievable as to ruin the entire story. The bad guys are little more than an afterthought. Added to these issues are the grammatical errors: "bona fide" ends up as "bonified." Tenses are confused within sentences and paragraphs. Timelines are treated carelessly.
Kindle Unlimited has been throwing Cooper's books at me as recommendations for months and I finally agreed to read this one. It'll be the last