Truth's At Distance: Story One of the 'One Life Stand' Series

Truth's At Distance: Story One of the 'One Life Stand' Series

by Robert Lovelle Rooks

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What causes a man to fall from his pinnacle? Meet Percy James, a man enjoying a successful career with the money to buy the expensive sports cars he loves so dearly, a man with a young daughter who he loves and who loves him, a man who's just met the most beautiful and perfect woman in the world. But when the cracked rocks that Percy James' mountain is built upon begin to crumble, he faces the ultimate challenge that may not leave him able to stand.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014788823
Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc.
Publication date: 05/31/2012
Series: One Life Stand , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 129
Sales rank: 1,088,477
File size: 674 KB

About the Author

Robert L. Rooks lives in Central Texas but works worldwide in places such as South Korea, and Southwest Asia as a Defense Support Contractor. He spends his free time going to car shows and spending time with his big family of five eating out or playing the Wii. He also likes to go bowling weekly, and ride sport/street motorcycles. All the while he still finds time to write blogs and stories.

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Truth's At Distance: Story One of the 'One Life Stand' Series 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
OOSABookClub More than 1 year ago
In my opinion, the synopsis draws the reader to a book, but what keeps the reader reading the book is a solid storyline. “Truth’s At Distance” started off with the main character, Percy James, contemplating suicide. So now you are left asking yourself what could have happened in his life to bring him to this all-time low. The makings of a great read? Maybe or maybe not! This book lacked character development - there were characters that came in and out of Percy’s life that added no substance/purpose to the story. After reading 100+ pages I still couldn’t tell what the book was about because the storyline was everywhere. As an effort to draw readers into a sequel, the author added a dramatic ending that felt so rushed that it didn’t make an impact on the story whatsoever. The author was very wordy which led me to get antsy – wishing the author would just get to the point. It shouldn’t take two or more pages for the reader to become familiar with the character surroundings. Robert Lovelle Rooks’ “Truth’s At Distance" had potential to be a good read, but there were too many missing factors. I really wished the author would have taken more time to develop this story. Reviewed by: Orsayor 1.5 Stars
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Page-turner! I love it! I can't stop reading this book. I can't wait for the second one to be released. Had the pleasure of meeting the author and he is a wonderful, kind young man. Good Luck and God bless you Robert. .............. D. L.