A Brilliant Whodunit
The author describes his work as a cross between Fargo and Knives Out and he's spot on, just as he was with this novel.
I really enjoyed this book. There was a lot of valuable information to help change one's thinking toward physical fitness.
Not Badly Written...
...but there was little substance to the story.
...to be moved beyond words.
A Powerful Story of Loss
This story was well done. I should have been in tears over the teenager's experience and loss, but the writing didn't evoke that emotion. Still, it was a well-written accounting.
Some things in the book were not new to me, but were put in a way I hadn't heard yet.
What A Story!
I admit to needing tissues every time Hattie read a letter from Arno and along with other readers, I'm certain, kept willing those soldiers to return safely home from the war.
Not A Bad Attempt
To get this out of the way, the author needs an editor to go through to correct the multitude of mistakes which causes the reader to trip over segments.
The artist is very good and the drawings definitely enhanced the book.
Not A Book About Diversity...
...it's a book about hate.
This book was a well-written walk down memory lane.
Very Short But Involved
This is one of those short stories that's very quick to read, but jam-packed.
An Amazing Adventure
What an amazing adventure of imagination.
It's not often...
...that I rate short stories so high because a majority of the time they fall short.