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Masters' Mysterium: Wisconsin Dells Kindle Edition
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A fair bit preachy plus a fair bit of humor. But very predictable, a little trite and sad. Many of the characters were cardboard, placeholder puppets, caricatures. A lot of needless foul language and an unbelievable level of violence and disrespect.
Bullies just aren't entertainment.
I cannot call the book good as I had to force myself to finish it and regretted the time spent. Hopefully others will find it to be what they desire. I cannot recommend this one.
What is this tale like? Picture yourself winding down at the Cluck and Grunt diner in Creekside. It's quiet, the food is tasty, and your server is an angel named Rachel who smiles shyly while bringing extra gravy. You smile back thinking, what a sweetheart. Her eyes glow. Her whole body starts to glow. She glances at the front door and then runs outside. You drop your napkin and follow. Rachel has grown wings, wields a sword, and is now twelve feet tall. She smashes a pickup truck killing the gun-toting driver. In seconds, she changes back to normal and returns to the diner. A passerby says, "Protecting angel. Don't worry; it happens all the time."
It kept you wanting to find out what next.