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Posted July 14, 2013
Tirrell Ellis has always been an outcast, never really fitting in anywhere. The product of an extramarital affair with a huge chip on his shoulder, he isn’t the easiest person to get along with. As he tries to navigate his way through life and the streets of Atlanta, Tirrell thinks he may have finally found his niche in life when he meets Alexandra Solomon, a wealthy, older woman. But things aren’t always what they seem.
With an interesting premise, “Outcast” had the potential to be a good story, but it didn’t reach its full potential. It weighed itself down. The 300 plus page story dragged in spots. Even though there was action, I felt the story simply took too long to get to its point. In the meantime, instead of becoming invested in the characters more and more as the story progressed, I lost interest in them.
Not a bad book by any means, “Outcast” is a book that will have a hard time finding its place in an overcrowded market. I have read something else by this author and think the author is talented. I just don’t believe this is the author’s best work.
Reviewed by: Toni
Posted January 7, 2013
Awesome book! I can't wait until part 2 comes out to see what Alex gets into and to see if the brothers bond is still intact.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.