I'm a nearly-retired indie author, working on an epic poem. Once it's completed and published, I'll be a fully-retired indie author.A California native, I lived in Britain for eleven years, moving back to The Golden State in the spring of 2007. I'm leaving these stories for my grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Right now there’s only a grand-basset to consider, but one of these days, my descendants can peruse all I've sent into cyberspace.In the meantime, you can too. And thank you so much for reading an independent author.
A Right Turn At Jesusby Anna Scott Graham
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Rock singer Rose Burnett isn’t at all sure about husband Gray’s wishes for another child. As the couple considers adding to their family, Rose battles the gnawing sense a relative is in trouble, alongside an insidious threat neither husband nor wife could imagine.
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Awkward sentence structure. Dry. Over-explanatory and repetitve. Redundant, if you will. Borderline boring. Could use some grammatical corrections. Hard to finish. Weak plot.
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This 193 page book was terrible on so many levels. The plot, the people, grammer, editing, and the conversational format leave a lot to desired. It is boring, over wordy and just plain mundane, inane ans asinane. In other words just plain bad. I agree more with the two star reviewer, but think the writter was over generous with the stars. I do not think the four star reviewer read the book. The characters are one deminsional and Gray was not likable at all. This book contains suicide, cursing, murder, sex and lots of conflict. The cover and overview are a bit misleading. For adults. This book is yawn worthy. I wish I had skipped it. AD