3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
**** Great short story, I loved it ****,
This review is from: The Bodhisattva of Carraigmore (Kindle Edition)
POSSIBLE SPOILER ALERT
I have to be completely honest and admit I do not usually read a lot of short stories. So it is worth remembering when reading this review that I do not have a lot to compare to this story. What I can say is I enjoyed this story.
This book was a lovely read. I read it from start to finish in one go because it piqued my interest. The story was easy going and fun in parts.
I liked the fact that even though it was such a short story there was room for three different characters, you learned about their backgrounds and they all came together at the end of the book. The reason I think I liked it so much was because it made me think afterwards about how one person had so much responsibility and one foolish mistake could have ruined an entire community. I liked the characters and would like to learn more about their future so hopefully this book is just an introduction the lovely village of Carraigmore and the author will write a book where we learn about the future of the village and the characters. I am particularly interested in finding out what happens in Eddie's future.
I also liked Peggy O'Connor and would like to hear more about her as she added humour to the book and she was a character everyone would have met someone like her in their lifetime.
I enjoyed the stories that went back to the Grandfathers of the men and how they linked in to the present day story.
There was a nice twist at the end. A short story with lots packed in to it.I would recommend this book if you would like a nice light read.
I have been pondering whether to rate this 3 or 4 stars, I decided to go with 4 stars because it is a good read not just an ok read
So 4 stars from me and I hope I get to meet the people of Carraigmore again soon.
Becky Sherriff (The Kindle Book Review)
Sort: Oldest first | Newest first
Showing 1-1 of 1 posts in this discussion
Initial post: 1 Apr 2012 13:56:16 BDT
Last edited by the author on 1 Apr 2012 13:56:55 BDT
Paul A. Barron says:
Thanks for the in depth review some great points and ideas for future works.
‹ Previous 1 Next ›