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Title:A Reason to Run
Authors:K Daniels
Info:Musa Publishing (2012), Kindle Edition, 267 pages
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A Reason to Run by K Daniels

A Reason to Run by K Daniels is a speculative journey through the lives of three families and the people who touch each of their lives. It is easy to believe that one has a grasp on how the connections between characters will be made, but those thoughts would be a complete fallacy. In truth, the novel would be better described as three stories in one and could very well have been separate tales.

The characters take shape in one’s mind through personalities presented more than physical attributes, but are no less solid in the reader’s mind. It would be a waste of time to attempt to list all the main characters within the pages of Daniels’s novel; there is a multitude of them. Each has a laundry list of baggage, both past and present; yet manage to find the courage, sarcasm, and/or simple determination to keep swimming up the stream, rapids, and all.

The plot is split into sections devoted to each set of characters and only begins to intermingle toward the end. Though it may take some readers a moment or two to get used to the format, Daniels does a good job of keeping the third-person work moving smoothly, although this reader would have preferred the author spent more time on polish before publishing.

Daniels is a good author, but she stammers a bit at first until she builds up her confidence in her own writing, or so it seems. The story is good, the characters are good, the writing tends to be more “tell” than “show” at times though, and the simple truth is that a “good” work could have been a “great” work with a bit more polish. ( )
  cmtruxler | Dec 3, 2012 |
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