Last Dance of The Sugar Plum Kindle Edition
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It will be incoherent... because.....read it yourself...
Let me see *eyes to the sky tap lower lip*
"Once upon a time......"
In the beginning I struggled through the lines...no walls to hold on to... all those fragments of sentences...All the punctuation marks were (for me) needful......
If you are reading and there is only one big question mark that's...mindfuck? Funny the ones who have written this do know exactly who-what-where-when-why. And me....I'm just trying to keep my head up.... what.the.hell.is.going.on....? Yah I'm not totally stupid...I know what I'm reading, but the who, what, where and why...?
You understand that I'm reviewing while reading....
Outstanding all those tressed sentences and almost a film noir ...
I make no sense I know.....
Anton, Jonathan, Harry, HQ, 42....
Fact: Jonathan knows a code, it's hidden
Fact: Anton records everything
Fact: Harry is a dancer
Fact: HQ watch
Fact: 42....is a number
Fact: Me...I'm loose
Fact: You...will too
(Gossip/fact :) Jonathan and Anton like each other....very much...thát i can handle....)
Then there was one sentence... I hoped it was the *pling* ......not really....but there was light at the far end of the tunnel.
But still in that tunnel.....It felt like there was a black and white movie playing at the background, a fast one and very confusing....really a great piece of work
Thrilling, suspenseful story and very unique plot, awful confusing yet it made sense....
It's also endearing, hopeful, it's grounding and gives faith in what lies in prospect and a reassurance who our saviors are !! Raise your glass!
An amazing quality of writing, unbelievable intriguing and frustrating at the same time.
I hope this review is just as confusing as i was while reading this story....then my job is done
And that's a compliment....or not....ha gotcha....or not....I'm loose....or not....;)
One thing I do know and that's a fact: Love is what counts....even in a maze
A mustread for the ones who love an intriguing, unpredictable read.
This book isn't:
-Warm and fuzzy.
This book is:
-Brilliant. Insanely clever.
-Unique. Almost cult literature. Like a gay Twin Peaks sort of thing.
-Suspensful. Edge of my seat all.the.time.
-Unexpected. If you, like me, pat yourself on the back for figuring it all out before 90%...don't. You haven't figured out anything.
-Romantic. Anton and Jon find each other throughout this story. The way the dynamics changed blew my mind. They form this desperate and passionate connection while going through hell, that bonds people for life. I didn't expect any of this. Plus, HEA and an epilogue!
So, who is 42? Where does the sound of the Dance of the sugar plum fairy come from? Why was it always meant to be? The clock is ticking!
The plot is definitely intriguing, the pace alternates between some slow parts and some a little faster. I’ll have to admit that I wasn’t as fond of the main characters as I have been in other books from the authors, but nonetheless they are very likable and other reader might love them more than I did. There was one character that, unlike the others, got my heart, I’m not sure if he was supposed to be likable, because he had a great ability to be so annoying, but somehow Harry was the one I liked the most.
It was a very good book, although it sort of fell short at the end. I liked for most of it but really didn’t liked the end, I think there was something missing, some of the events were great and I loved them, but I’m still thinking some other parts should gone a little different. The book in general was really good, and I can’t recommend it enough, not only this one but any other from the authors.
It's a spy thriller, a mystery, and a romance. Yet you're never quite sure that it's any of those, because it might all be an illusion or a hallucination. Or something else entirely.
The writing is excellent, if at times frustrating because you want more information. You just have to trust, as a reader, that the authors will get you to the end safely. And they do--in a way that you can see how the entire journey you took is now clear as a bell.