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The Block is convincingly evinced in all its seamy details as Tooey ventures into its bars and peep shows as he begins to learn about its dark ways and colorful history. Temptations and dangers abound in this lurid and alluring world and Tooey encounters a series of its inhabitants who are sure to complicate, if not thwart, his plans.
With its mix of action, violence and plot twists, this novel has all the heart-pounding drama of a thriller. What elevates this book from the pack is its appealing man-child protagonist, a narrative that is laced with wry humor and regional colloquialisms and its vivid sense of time and place. Author Brent Lewis is a natural born storyteller. A native of Maryland’s Eastern Shore, he also knows Baltimore—probably far too well.
Baltimore's "charms" are not ignored either. While the work, like life today, has some raunchy
talk and may not be suitable for all audiences, it is definitely riveting and riotous! It's also a love
story or two, wrapped up in a bundle with pieces and parts showing tantalizingly throughout.
There are several twists that will keep you interested and excited, anticipating eagerly each page
turn. I do look forward to the next work Brent Lewis might pen for us, in addition to the earlier
top-notch non-fiction works he has already completed. Thanks, Mr. Brent.