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Top Customer Reviews
Heartfelt story of a boy who experiences tragedies that no child should experience.
The character is written so well that your left with an overwhelming desire to protect him and make it all better.
Fast forward to his adulthood it's heartbreaking to see him torn with a broken promise and his efforts to rectify it with great difficulty.
I found myself talking to the character at different stages of the book, encouraging him, saying i felt bad for him but also asking what in gods name are you doing! Must have sounded mad to my partner who would look at me amused.
I read this is three days (would have taken less time it it weren't for the fact that my kids required feeding etc) as I could barely put it down.
Would recommend to others! Excited to read this authors next books!
I have to say that I was really surprised on how much I enjoyed it. It was a good page turner and if you want a book for the beach then look no further. I'm no literary expert so this review is based on whether I liked it or not and I liked it. The story line is pacey and no doubt it is based on the authors own experiences of growing up in Malta and being in the British Armed Services.
Will be reading his other books.
Perhaps because I read 4 or 5 books a week (hard copy and Kindle), I expect too much from
a book, as I see I am in a minority of one at the moment!
I think this book needs editing. Often, one sentence ended and the next one continues without a
space - but you then realize you have skipped from Sean in England to the drug baron on Malta, etc.
Also, the dialogue often continued on the same line, so you had to read the paragraph twice to see
who was talking.
Sean, an ex-soldier, rushes to Malta to find out who killed his half brother - a boy he hasn't bothered
to keep in touch with for 20 years. He later follows the killer to Northern Cyprus.
There were Russian, German and Maltese "baddies" involved in the drug running, but I didn't think
any of the characters, including Sean, had any depth to them. Just as you were getting to know them,
the author moved on. Sometimes the Maltese guys appeared to be like "comic cut" characters rather
than the hardened criminals they were supposed to be.
Sorry, not for me and I couldn't recommend this book. I only gave it 3 stars because it was free.
I was in the army, so for me I could obviously relate to parts of the story and its characters. It would make a great television drama, spread out over a Bank Holiday weekend.
Well done Vincent; write another one!
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