- File Size: 811 KB
- Print Length: 313 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 28, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B007FGWIE8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,918,567 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The path to this destiny is strewn with many dangerous moments for Ben, not just physically but emotionally. Were he a different kind of protagonist he the story would be much duller, for his wry narration is part of the charm of the novel. Not it all, though, because so much of this charm is down to Trinity and his wacky personality.
For Trinity is not your average imaginary friend. He doesn't just linger as a sort of adjunct to Ben's life. He has a very vivid life of his own, with a nature that permits very human sulks and errors, all of which impact upon what happens to Ben. Although we are never sure where exactly Trinity comes from, we are aware that it is some sort of 'other' world. For Trinity is not the only imaginary friend who travels from there to come to the aid of humans.
Ben's new love Bonnie (and he has several old ones who play a part in the story) also has an imaginary friend, and the lovers and their imaginary friends manage between the four of them to make a right old mess before it's all ironed out satisfactorily and Trinity leaves Ben for good. Or does he? You'll have to read the story yourself to find out.
Fox delivers laughter on a chaotic ride with amusing characters. As if keeping up the appearance of normalcy when an imaginary childhood friend pops back into Ben's life isn't entertaining enough, "real world" obstacles he must survive keeps you reading into the wee hours. Besides laugh-out-loud passages, little gems, such as confusion over the well-being of a certain appendage versus the gift of an infertility amulet, will have you chuckling unexpectedly.
There is much to love about this book, from the characters, pacing and plots to the action, romance and genres seamlessly crossed. Trinity is a refreshing find by a talented indie author.
Patrick Fox is a superb writer and I look forward to many more books from him!
The word TRINITY three in one, really good and apt title I thought. The imaginary friend smelling of chocolate, I think every woman would like one of them!! sniff sniff......
Oh did I mention it has a bit of crime in there too? Its a well rounded read and I enjoyed it more, much more than I thought I would [sorry Patrick LOL] I had read the blurb, and he did say, only if its something you might be interested to read. I am so glad I took him up on the offer though, I thoroughly enjoyed it and made a good read following on from my previous one.
I was laughing whilst reading, didn't realize I was, until my daughter said "what's so funny" so of course, she is inline to read this now.
Well written Patrick, and looking forward to many more.
Most recent customer reviews
Trinity is an apt title for this book in so many ways and it is difficult to place in a specific genre because it caters to more than one audience.Read more