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An Empty Sky Paperback – May 26, 2010
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"Fleeing and starting over are not things easily done, and makes "An Empty Sky" a fascinating and thought-provoking read."
"Brisk dialogue and plotting as the story of Kevin Kepler, his daughter Virginia, and a rich cast of characters unfolds." A Goodreads Review
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Rather than recount the entire story for you let me just outline some of its pros and cons. First, although the story initially draws the reader in, it fails to captivate and hold your interest. While some chapters are compelling and really flow, other portions of the story are choppy and distracting because they are interrupted by scenes which literally have no significance and are not integral to the forward momentum of the tale. For example, Cecil's sexual encounter at the motel seems to have just been inserted just for its prurient value and not because of any viable purpose in advancing the storyline, as were the comments relating to our protagonist moving back to the D.C. area and making visits to the nation's capital to show his support for the President and his policies. (While these feelings may be relevant to the author, they are certainly out of character for the protagonist who up until that point had been only interested in revenge and survival, not politics.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Writing is at high school level. A waste of time. The plot line isn't bad, but the writing kills it.Published 11 months ago by Marnix Bosch
I chose this book on a whim. It was not the most dramatic I have read but it is a good read.Published on December 23, 2012 by Vicki J. Lawson
This was one of the worst books I have ever read. The storyline didn't make sense and was disturbing in some ways in relation to the therapist and patient relationship. Read morePublished on March 29, 2012 by cj
"An Empty Sky" is a good story, very ably told by its author. It is well worth reading and sustains the reader until the very end. I enjoyed this book and would recommend it.Published on September 8, 2010 by Simon Cooper