Shelter Me by Juliette Fay download in iPad, ePub, pdf
Especially after finding that deus ex machina in the last chapter. Despite the crazy implausible twists, I was sucked into it, especially towards the end because it really did look like Maggie was backed up against a wall. You know about British culture. They didn't blend in with the scenery. Plus there were so many of them that eventually I felt like I was getting slapped in the face by them.
Even if you like the rest, the ending will be a killer. But the leaps of faith I kept having to make as I read just got larger and larger to the point where I just couldn't jump that far anymore. For serious, in the last chapter everything resolved itself all nice-like by an impossibility.
You just feel so cheated when something like that happens. In my opinion to the point where it kills whatever joy I garnered from the rest of the book.
Just be warned if you do pick up this book. Not for the writing because there was nothing all that great with that.
- The Other Within Us
- Uncle Bill
- Anytime Playdate
- The Devil in Winter
- Punishment and Crime
- Passing The Torch
- Derrida and Law
- Misérable Miranda
- Flow Visualization in Materials Processing
- Fundamentals of Telecommunications
- British Colonialism and the Criminalization of Homosexuality
- Little Alf
- Vegas Two-Step
- The Epic Origin of Super Potato
- Rules of Accusation