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Changing the Script Kindle Edition
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About the Author
Lee Winter is an award-winning veteran newspaper journalist who has lived in almost every Australian state, covering courts, crime, news, features, and humour writing. She is now a full-time author and part-time editor. Lee is a 2015 Lambda Literary Award finalist and Golden Crown Literary Award winner (The Red Files) and a 2016 Lambda Literary Award finalist (Requiem for Immortals).--This text refers to the audioCD edition.
- ASIN : B0828VVZSQ
- Publisher : Ylva Publishing; 1st edition (December 2, 2019)
- Publication date : December 2, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 2083 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 334 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #207,214 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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I love how the other books connect to this book. It makes it feel like a cinematic universe. MCs that know other MCs... The perfect combination. The friendship between Alex and Bess... a total win there.
I loved the references to the previous book and being able to catch up with Bess and Summer, etc.
Top reviews from other countries
When Alex Levitin takes over as director of what is widely predicted to be the worst film in the world, she’s determined that the movie won’t damage her otherwise excellent reputation. However, with its cringe-worthy title of “Shezan: Mistress of the Forest”, rain-sodden location, and several incidences of sabotage, Alex soon finds herself the centre of Senior Constable Sam Keegan’s attention, and that’s a distraction she really doesn’t need…
Although Alex appears in ‘Breaking Character’, there’s no need to of read that in order to enjoy ‘Changing the Script’. I’ve read both, and actually prefer this action-packed spin-off with its mix of sappy romance and sharp humour. Like ‘Breaking Character, it follows a comedy of errors theme, but this, thanks to several absurdly comic scenes, is much funnier. Even the initial meetings between Alex and Sam often provide a source of laughs, but as their relationship develops, the romantic element to the story comes more into focus and the latter part of the story holds several sweetly emotional scenes.
An excellent easy-read that’s a lot of fun – Highly recommended.
Alex Levitin (who was a supporting character in Changing the Script) gets her own spin off here; one as worthy as CTS. Its lovely to see the characters from that book in the background, reassuring us all that theyre doing well and happy.
But the thrust of the novel is Alex and Sams slow burn romance - a police officer slowly letting her guard down and Alex slowly realising she has a chance.
The story is well paced, the mystery is fun and the angst doesnt overstay its welcome. Brilliant stuff and worth every penny!!
Add in a wonderful romance and plenty of hilarity and it makes a wonderful, entertaining read.
Apesar da personagem Alex ter aparecido em outro livro e ter um perfil interessante, os novos personagens não são profundos ou carismáticos, assim como os diálogos, dinâmicos, inteligentes e mordazes que são características da escritora, infelizmente, neste livro não estão presentes.