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The Woman on the Train Paperback – January 7, 2015
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Go to rupertcolley.com or historyinanhour.com and grab yourself a free copy of Rupert's novella, 'Elena', a tale of lost and longing in post-WW2 Naples. But be warned - get the tissues ready.
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The only thing that I must criticize about this―and this is meant as Constructive Criticism, not condemnation―is the very obvious lack of a GOOD proofreader and an Editor who actively participates in ensuring that words are used properly, that typos, etc., do not turn the proper word into the wrong word, that grammar and spelling are both correct and other things of that type that many people seem to think are unimportant, but which can utterly transform the meaning of what is written. Authors are often too close to their own work to spot such mistakes, so they Need someone else to proofread it to catch such errors. Mr Colley's writing mechanics are exponentially better than those of many authors who went to school in the US during the last 20 years or so, so please do not consider this review an indication of drastic problems! I might not have even noticed if I had not spent ~10 years reviewing paperwork, including legal memos, for just such errors―as well as scientific accuraccy.
Although I wasn't fond of the narrative style, it was very appropriate to the personality of the main character, so I appreciated it.
This was a very interesting study of a man who realized that being given the gift of life was worth giving up the lifestyle he'd built.