- File Size: 312 KB
- Print Length: 158 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1982988487
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- Publisher: Creativia; 1 edition (May 4, 2018)
- Publication Date: May 4, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07CVR9MFT
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on the other hand finds her good luck charm in her early twenties when she meets a woman who is lonely and looking for a companion. A very rich woman who can give her anything she wants. Of course, by now Alice has changed her name to Alicia Collinson to distance herself from Tom's disgraceful behavior. It goes along this way, Tom as a crook and Alice, no, Alicia becoming well known to the 'people who matter' and making a name, and some fame, for herself in her chosen field of photography. But where does this story begin? When they were born, when they were separated, when they were in their twenties and almost met again, or right at this point when they are close and associating with some of the same people? And how different are they really? She the naive young girl and he a hardened thug. You'll have to start at the beginning of the book to find out and you will enjoy the story along the way. This book was gifted to me but this review is all mine. I believe you will like the tale of this book enormously.
The Story That Had No Beginning
I won't be sharing any spoilers. That's not my reviewing style. What I will say is I wasn't sure I would finish the book after a couple of chapters. There are a lot of intertwined characters and convoluted relationships that overlap and intersect in the most unexpected ways.
I am definitely pleased I continued. It isn't the easiest to read, and you may have to flip back as I did when you miss a connection or clue. The ending, not only didn't disappoint, it excelled in its convoluted way just as the story and characters did.
Read it. How's that for a deep and well thought out recommendation?!
This is a great book, amazingly well-written and Alice is a very interesting and well-crafted character. A very recommended read.
I got this book for free, and this is my honest review.
Alice and Tom are twins born into a terrible family situation. At a young age they are put into foster homes and then lead separate lives. Alice by a chance of fate is taken under the wing of a woman who gives Alice an opportunity at a new life as an artist or photographer. Tom is not so fortunate, using his fists to earn his way through life. This is the story of their lives. A second novel for Daniel Kemp, it is a little rough in Tom’s life as he chooses to live in a seedier type of life surrounded by thugs and lowlife. Alice is surrounded by much nicer people.
I was given this book but the review is my own.
This book is not an easy read. There are a lot of characters, a lot of plots and a lot of subplots. I found I really needed to concentrate to keep up with the story. That being said, it's a really good book with an in-depth storyline that will keep you guessing. I am usually pretty good at figuring out how a book is going to end but this one was a complete surprise.
The character development was excellent. There are no grey areas with these characters. You'll really like some and totally dislike others. The main characters, Alice and Tom are estranged and about as different as twins could possibly be, or so you're led to believe.
I would recommend this book. It's rare to find a story this complex with so many characters who overlap. The only drawback is the amount of concentration needed to keep so many characters and plots straight. If you are looking for something that is easy to read this book is not for you. If you are looking for something to challenge you then this is the book to do it. You will never see the ending coming.