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Chasing Horses by Christy Tillery French
Chasing Horses by Christy Tillery French
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I began reading French when our book club chose "Wayne's Dead" to read anddiscuss, then "Chasing Demons". I've read her books out of order, but themore I read, the more impressed I am. She's the first author I've seen whocan switch genres each time out and still maintain her own unique writingstyle. I have enjoyed each of her books for different reasons. Both "TheBodyguard" and "Chasing Horses" have a lot of comedy, with zany charactersand situations. They're both hilarious.
I'm recommending to my club that we read more from Ms. French. It's greatto read a book that makes you laugh and leaves you with a good feeling -and this is one of those books.
Wayne's Dead by Christy Tillery French
Wayne's Dead by Christy Tillery French
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
My book club picked this book because of the psychological disordersuffered by the killer and we were not disappointed with the read. Ofcourse, some think multiple personality disorder is a real disorder whileothers think the opposite, but that made for a fun discussion: did thekiller really have MPD or was it all an excuse to escape prosecution?
The characters are great, the dialogue fits well, and the quick pace ofthe book perfect for someone like me, who hates long, drawn-out storylines or descriptions.
We've chosen another book by Ms. French to read - "Chasing Demons". That'show much we like this author.
Chasing Demons by Christy Tillery French
Chasing Demons by Christy Tillery French
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
My book club chose this book to read and discuss, after reading Ms.French's "Wayne's Dead". I read this one the same day I got it in the mail- I did not want to put it down. It's a great story about a woman whofinds the strength to leave her powerful, abusive husband and then toreform herself into a worthy adversary when he finally finds her.
The tender, caring relationship that develops between Kendra and Garth isexceptional. Kendra's husband, Tony, is a character you love to hate. Evilto the extreme, but with one weakness: his desire to completely dominatehis wife. Vinnie is a great character; I really liked the way the authordeveloped him.
Another great book by Ms. French. I'm… Read more