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Newton s Law Reversed: Conflict - Some…

Newton s Law Reversed: Conflict - Some evade, some efface, while most…

by Howard Roark

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To be honest this book took me a couple of chapters to get into. The writing however, was so good that it was easy to commit this time in order to get into the book. Once I realised that the characters voice was in italics the book flowed much better. This is not what I would call a quick beach read it takes some concentration and digestion. This book leaves you with a lot to think about once you have finished.

The story is thought provoking and would provide book groups with lots to talk about. The descriptions the author uses are easy to follow and visualise. The characters are well developed and I love the characters that almost act as the conscious of the main protagonist. The book contains much conversation but this is well written and flows well.

In summary this is a well written enthralling book that in places is hard to read but the effort is worth it. This is a book you could read again and again and take something new from it every time. ( )
  samarnold1975 | Mar 3, 2014 |
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