This book is a too-long, meandering, not-much novel, without a compelling story, motivation, or character. Read on to find out why.
Alan Baxter’s The Darkest Shade of Grey is a gripping little foray into a place between two realms… accompanied by a drunk journalist with a frayed life. You won’t want it to end.
Amanda Palmer’s The Art of Asking is an emotive, compelling work. But one that benefits from its lifeline of a theme. The lifeline saves it from drowning.