Review from OnlineBookClub.org
I celebrate the crafting of this novel. In literary instruction, we’re told to ensure that our protagonists grow between the beginning and ending of novels. This central character does. Supporting his story are supporting figures that are well outlined, written, and motivated by relevant backstories. Every minor bit ties in with the major plot. The short chapters move the book along and it engages the mind, philosophically. The success of this narrative is the unpredictable main plot and the adventures that derive from it. William H. Coles forces us to be objective—to be not condemnatory. By and by, the author cajoles us to care—to accept that no one is perfect. William H Coles makes us feel the need to root for a human being regarded as a criminal as he goes through a metamorphosis to find his humanity.
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