1048 days ago
My day job is an airline pilot but have always loved the written word. Messed about with bits and pieces - short stories and poetry. A nerve of sorrow is my first attempt at full length novel and thank you to all who have commented and supported. It is a somewhat different read from a lot on this site but, I hope, will reward those who chose to read it. I have just added a new chapter (6) prompted by some of the many comments received and I hope this will enhance the story.
Anything by William TrevorMargret AttwoodIan McEwanMartin Amis
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A ripping yarn well told. Good luck shelved.
Ray this is such a great piece of work. Your descriptions are pure brilliance, completely evoking the period. The characters and dialogue are wonderfully done, genuine and alive. It reads so well, so easily. It is terrific and happily backed.
Bob finallly managed a read of your book and again, my apologies for the delay. This is not my genre at all but it seems to tick all the boxes. The story intrigues, the characters engage and the action keeps the pages turning. It reads easily which will appeal to many and, of it genre, is a polished...
Certainly an unusual story well told. It keeps the page turning! Quite a lot of description which may benefit from a little trimming in places (probably just me) but overall an impressive work. happy to back.
Keith this is certainly a gritty tale that pulls no punches. You have set the scene very well, the period and vernacular are acutely observed. At first I found the almost staccato prose a little difficult and the dialogue, although believable perhaps a tad overdone at times. But it does what it says...