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Run for the Money: A High Stakes Crime Thriller Kindle Edition
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For instance Donovan was taken back…rather than aback.
The man didn’t look at either one of them. The one is redundant.
Travis looked at him in the mirror. “Just not used to this, that’s all.” The response is “Don’t worry, Chaz is a pro at this.” The “at this” in the response is redundant and totally unnatural.
“Why don’t you wait on the boat here and I’ll be back in a little while.” The here is redundant and the question mark is missing.
As Ben said this he looked down to see what was hanging up the cuffs….I don’t know what this means.
“The time to reach inside you …..” Should be yourself.
“Get in, now!” The limo driver shouted this as he …….. The this is redundant.
“We’re the ones who should be nervous about this.”…The about this is redundant.
“I see I’ve made a serious misjudge of character.” …Should be misjudgement.
Donavan followed…the character’s name is Donovan.
As she walked by men tried to look while looking like they weren’t looking, while most of the wives told them to go ahead and look, silently cursing her for showing up with a body like that….This is an incredibly convoluted sentence and I have no idea what it means????
The author uses the words “here” and “this” all through the novel and in most cases they are totally superfluous. Stephen King recommends that all authors read Part 2 Section 18 of Strunk and White which is headed, “Omit needless words.” There are many needless words in Run for the Money.
The author also makes a mistake common to most new authors in that he explains conversations rather than letting readers use their own intelligence. He tells rather than showing.
The plot did hold promise and it is a shame that the author did not see the need to have his work edited. Had he, he would’ve produced a far better and more concise novel.
Well this a fast rather very fast read it was a race through pages and it wouldn't slow down . The ending a bit disappointing though as in predictable but I'm not complaining.
I understand that this was the first novel of the writer. In that case it was a good read
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