Top positive review
All David's books are now on my hit-list to read.
on 26 September 2014
I absolutely loved this book, and I have not said that about a book for a long time. I normally have three to five books on the go at any one time, fiction and non-fiction, and flip between them to save getting bored; I read this book solid at any chance I was given.
I think I initially got this book free from Amazon, after I had seen it on www.weberbooks.com I almost didn't get it due to some poor reviews about grammar and a bad writing style, but it was free and had an interesting story-line. It has sat on my Kindle for about 3 to four weeks, maybe even longer, without being read.
Once I started to read it I just couldn't put it down. Some of the reviews I have read stated bad spelling and grammar, I didn't notice any of those things. I am not stating that there are no mistakes in the writing or grammar, I just didn't notice anything. The story-line just sucked me in and like any good book the words and sentences disappeared to be replaced by my own personal film.
The author, David Simpson, has other books available and they are now on my hit list to read. I nearly missed out on a fantastic story and author because of grammar snobbery. I should have remembered that a good story is a good story even if it's chiseled into a wall with half a brick, with no commas and no capitals; which this book has by the way.