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The Shade By Larry Gattis,

  • Title: The Shade
  • Author: Larry Gattis
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 160
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • ForeWord Clarion Review Author and doctor Larry Gattis reveals a highly tuned, vivid imagination in his debut novel His well written scenes of mayhem and fatal destruction may be best read during daylight hours, when lines like this one won t result in insomnia Joe clawed at the moss surrounding their hands It was like cable, and the shears would not get underneath thForeWord Clarion Review Author and doctor Larry Gattis reveals a highly tuned, vivid imagination in his debut novel His well written scenes of mayhem and fatal destruction may be best read during daylight hours, when lines like this one won t result in insomnia Joe clawed at the moss surrounding their hands It was like cable, and the shears would not get underneath the bonds The thorny plant lacerated Joe s fingers as he pulled at the knots There were so many tentacles coming through the window now that the origin was impossible to find.
    The Shade ForeWord Clarion Review Author and doctor Larry Gattis reveals a highly tuned vivid imagination in his debut novel His well written scenes of mayhem and fatal destruction may be best read during dayl

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    1. by Larry GattisThe most original scenario in a book I ve read was with the main character, Jules and the rare genetic disorder this character was born with Add to that the very difficult decision the parents, Dr Joe Sander s D.C and his wife, Eileen, have to make in the best interest of their child Always, no matter what topic, when it comes to our children every decision we need to make are the biggest ones we ll ever face and they most certainly had a huge one to make So that made for a depth [...]

    2. I won this book in a Giveaway I wanted to like it but if I m being honest while the story had possibilities, the book was not well written and is in desperate need of a good edit An example The author has the 8 year old boy speaking in language way beyond what would be age appropriate Also, the 8 year old suffers a bad injury in summer camp Suddenly the boy turns 12 and then 16 When he is 16, he is asked about the injury he suffered last year at summer camp This is just one example of the disrup [...]

    3. The story sucks you in as soon as you start reading Was very happily surprised with the ending Not the typical ghost story Would recommend to others.

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