Thursday, March 10, 2011

Review: Anyone Can Die By James Lepore

Anyone Can Die By James LePore
Paperback: 48 pages
Publisher: Story Plant, The
ISBN-10: 1611880017
ISBN-13: 978-1611880014
Provided by publisher & Pump Up Your Book Virtual Blog Tours for review

Anyone Can Die is three short stories that were written to accompany A World I Never Made.

Till Death Do Us Part: A young Pat Nolan and his wife are on their honeymoon in New Mexico when they find a bond they did not know they had as they are forced to confront trouble in the form of a surly trio of locals.

God’s Warriors: Megan Nolan, a cynical American woman on her own in Europe makes a life-changing decision that both reveals and belies her true character.

Max: Max French, a quirky, deadly and, in his own eyes, oddly lovable FBI agent faces a personal drama that will set the course of his future.

My Thoughts:
I found that this was such a quick and easy read. Three short stories and only 46 pages. This is the very first James Lepore book that Ive read and it wont be the last.
These three short stories kept my interest and left me wanting to know more about the characters. I wish it was longer though because as soon as I got into the characters the story ended. I thought that it was well written and I am looking forward to reading more about the characters in A World I Never Made.

Rating: 3 /12 - A Good Read

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