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Island Of Regrets based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
In this amazing story, talented writer Lee Thompson, exhibits still a new level of writing genius. This is a very unique tale, keeping the reader guessing on the residuum of the plot to the very end. In the beginning, one feels he/she is in the "Twilight Zone". In this new novel, Lee begins the story in a vague manner - which is often a disaster for writers - yet, is able to keep improving on the momentum of the story as the plot unfolds. This is a circumstance of finding oneself alone and abandoned on an island...at least she thinks she is alone. In what locale and circumstance would normally be a docile and slow moving story, the author successfully adds discovery, desperation, adventure and more, never allowing the story to drag. The Cover is eye-catching and deceiving. I feel the man and woman on the cover needed to be more accurately portrayed, better relating to the main story line. I also feel the titles is weak. For the most part I didn't get a feeling of "regret". These are the two reasons I could not offer a full Five Stars rating in the review of this book. The writing and style are impeccable. Although it contains sexual situations, they are not crudely or explicitly detailed...although my personal preference would be to have them even more minimized. This was sent to me by the author for an honest review, of which I have given.