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Bubba and the Dead Woman Kindle Edition
|Length: 229 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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- Book 1 of 7 in Bubba (7 Book Series)
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Top Customer Reviews
You'll probably guess the true villain before long, but that, in no way, detracts from the joy of reading the book.
The humour is gentle, subtle even, but if you do get it it is excellent. It's not found in blinding wit or quick one-liners, but in wry observation and well-crafted dialogue.
The editing is slightly scrappy in places and misses some typos, but the writing style is slick and mature and so any errors can be skimmed over and forgiven.
I'm off now to read more from this author because this freebie has been an excellent advert.
There is a raft of interesting and fully fleshed out characters and I'm sure you'll recognise more than one of them in your local community! This book is crying out to be adapted for the big screen and I can see the Coen Brothers all over this type of tale, which should give you an idea of how the book reads if you know the quality and body of their work.
I thoroughly recommend this book.
You can get the actual plotline from the synopsis above, but you find yourself cheering for Bubba, fictions most unlikely hero ? It is also really funny with some great one liners.
However, I found it quite heavy-going in parts; partly because the author doesn't seem to use paragraphs and page-after-page of block text is quite the deterrent. In addition there were enough typos to make it irritating.
I felt that the author uses too much "tell" and not enough "show" which also makes it less rewarding to read. Not hopeless, but it didn't inspire me to buy another in the series.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Pleasure to read wrote like a book from the thirties easy reading that took a couple of days to read.Published 6 months ago by Robert
A decent airport read maybe but I prefer to read books that are a bit more of a challenge. Reasonably endearing, if stereotypical lead character.Published 8 months ago by PiscesBaby
Some of the descriptions were a bit long winded for my liking. However the more I read of this book the more I enjoyed it . Read morePublished 9 months ago by Ms. K
I read this book on holiday. What a great little read. Very funny and made me laugh out loud in places. A great find - I will definitely be reading the series.Published 10 months ago by HelloKitty
Such a funny book, had me laughing out loud, especially the comments from the housekeeper. There were so many twists too, not sure who had done it. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Ms. J. A. Millington
I was caught with the story right from the start, the flow was quite fluid but became more of a guessing game towards the end, but still a good tale.Published 17 months ago by Kindle Customer