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- ASIN : B00BIWK6T4
- Publication date : February 20, 2013
- Language : English
- File size : 2261 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 102 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,247,163 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The family of the man has moved out of their isolated home while he man recovers from injuries and investigation is ongoing.
The case is trickier than first thought (why didn't he ask for more money?). A ghost werewolf, a young werewolf who has disappeared, and a banshee. Definitely tricky. Will the case be solved before anyone else can be injured?
Different than other paranormal books I have read, and finished reading rather quickly. The ending is not foreseeable, but as much as paranormal books can be, believeable.
This was a good book, which I would have given four stars to, except for the editing and typos.
From his others works I have read, this definitely shows as among the first of his works. It was a quick story in which I completed within a days time, of course when it's me reading a story that is not hard to say. I opened the book and found myself emerged and unable to escape the pull. For quick paced stories, that only happens when the pacing is balanced and the story moving. For me it was like watching the blunder of Jupiter Acceding V.S. the satisfying film Seventh Son. The pacing though quick was balanced and fit the story well, much like the film Seventh Son (Which also happens to be about a Spook... how interesting... just not in modern times.) That's a good thing people, that's a good thing.
This story had something important happen on each page, and the mystery though obvious to solve by the first twenty five percent of the story, still had its pull.
So now, when you guys move onto his other stories, don't expect an easy solution to the mystery. This was a one time deal, and now you have to think and have fun with the rest of his stories.
Well done Max, and I'll see you when I'm done reading Dead Silver.
"Dead Silver" was the first novel of Max Florschutz's that I read, and I enjoyed it, so I figured I would check this little precursor out, and I found it very satisfying. Especially after having some familiarity with the characters from the other novel, I was able to jump right into "One Drink", which flows quickly and excitingly.
The action sequences are well structured and gripping, giving just enough detail for the reader to comfortably follow the rush of action, while slower scenes are interesting and well-written to draw you through them without boring or confusing.
Overall, I would easily recommend this to someone wanting to find a new author.