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Monday, May 30, 2011

Book Review: Saying Goodbye to the Sun by David McAfee

Good news!  This is my first book review.  First off, I want to let you know that I am not a writer.  I just love to read.  With that said, hopefully you will find this review and all future reviews helpful in choosing great books to read.  Next, I just realized that I haven’t set up a rating system yet.  So for now I’ll just tell you my thoughts on what was good, what was not and if you should take this book for a spin yourself.  So here we go……
I was a little worried when I first started this book.  The first couple of pages didn’t draw me in.  There wasn’t much going on but I’m glad I stuck it out.  It didn’t take very long for the action to start.  There were quite a few good action sequences and they were pretty close together.  Though not the best book I’ve ever read, it kept pulling me in and I had to keep reading.   The characters were good and there was a sense of Vincent’s personality.  I felt like I got to know him, however his emotions were a little lacking.  I didn’t get attached like I should have been.  I also felt like the big ending was not so big.  I was waiting for more and it didn’t come.  However, the storyline was a great concept.  That was what ultimately kept me reading.  So, was this book worth my time?  Yes.  Was it spectacular?  No.  Do I recommend you read it?  Yes.  I wouldn’t pay full retail for it, I would borrow it first and right now you can get it at amazon in the kindle e-book section for free.  So on a scale of 1 to 5, I would give this book a 3.5.

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