- Paperback: 432 pages
- Publisher: Peagreen Publishing; 1 edition (15 April 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0992877903
- ISBN-13: 978-0992877903
- Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 2.5 x 22.9 cm
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,774,949 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
The Great Carrier Reef Paperback – 15 Apr 2014
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Adjective: green - er, green - est.
- of a colour between blue and yellow, like that of grass (as in lawns, not cerebral enhancements)
- covered with leaves or grass (normally involves alcoholic abuse before hand)
- of fruit or wood
- inexperienced, gullible (see notes section 2)
- sickly hued, jealous, envious (usually followed by feigned indifference - whatever/can't be arsed)
- young, flourishing; not withered or worn out (which is debateable at 40)
- green colour or pigment; green clothes or material
- a piece of grassy public land; a grassy area for special purposes (additional car parking or dispensary of public favours)
- green vegetable (pea)
- vigour, youth (reassess at 50, open to amendment)
- green belt; area of open land around city (also holds up green trousers; thrashes green domination subjects)
- green light, a signal to proceed on road (both factors are invalidated if green controls vehicle in question - for road regulations involving green, see fable/myth etc)
- green revolution, greatly increased crop production in developing countries by improvement of soil fertility, pest control, increased mechanisation etc (can also relate to challenge to authority, regulation or procedure by green dispute which may end in relocation of green, or sometimes simple avoidance)
- green room, anteroom behind stage for use of actors not required on stage (fittings and ambiance include Apple products, mugs, plush furniture, cushions, Harley the Bengal cat & Mocha the boxer dog)
Out-green, verb (used with object)
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Dan Morris comes back to his Florida home to bury his beloved Aunt and Uncle who were murdered during what appeared to be a robbery gone bad. But nothing seemed to be missing from the home. Money was in plain view and nothing had been taken from the family safe. Not all was what it appeared and Dan was determined to discover what happened to his family. He follows the clues to discover what his family has been hiding, even from him, all these years.
What could have been an amazing thriller turned out to be less than spectacular. The characters were flat and a bit boring. It took so long to build up and reveal what the secret was, that by the time it happened, I didn't care. I just wanted it to be over. The suspense scenes were anything but and the conclusion was a little too "happily ever after" for my tastes.
The authors excessive use of the exclamation point was somewhat laughable as well as the use of profanity where it really didn't belong. There were also a few typographical errors that a good editor should be able to take care of and didn't really detract too much from what story there was.
I would give this two stars out of five. The plot was solid and it was a good attempt at a thrilling suspense novel. But it fell just a little flat and took too long to get to the climax. Instead of flowing from logical point to point, it jumped around all over the place and ended up being confusing instead.
I like a book that keeps my interest from the get go and this book has done that. I did get a little lost when the book would jump back in time with no warning. That is the only thing that threw me, but it did not take long for me to catch back up.
I give this book 5 stars because even though it is not my usual genre, I would happily read it again and recommend it to all of my friends. If I had the paperback of this book, I do not know if I would have been able to resist reading the end of the story. I wanted to know how it turned out that bad. There was a twist that I did not see coming, but it worked out very well.