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If you knew your life would end in thirty-six hours, how would you spend it? Jamie Randall is a man who has everything...or so he thought. He's not only face-to-face with his own mortality, but with all the mistakes he's ever made...and what they've cost him....
Nook, 240 pages
Published June 22nd 2009 by Beishir Books
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Final Hours is about what you would do if you only had a few hours to live. How, and with whom, would you spend that time?

Jamie Randall, a young, early thirties successful business man has been living a lie. A lie he thought he could have been out of by now. He's living a life as a husband to a woman that he doesn't love, having been trapped in the loveless marriage by her getting pregnant. His motivation for marrying her was for business purposes only. But, when she had the twin boys, he kne
Based on the average review for this book, there must be something seriously wrong with me. The story seemed so promising; a man questioning the choices he's made in his life 36 hours before all creation comes to a firey end. Unfortunately, the writing falls into the 'tell' rather than the 'show' category, and the resulting distance created between the story and the reader sucks the energy out of the story.

Mei Chng
The gist of this story is regrets from Jamie. He had made the wrong decision about marriage. Somehow, knowing that the world was going to end made him see his wrong choices. Because of his wrong choice, he had to pay the cost. Not being able to legally be with that one person he loves, and all the wasted time. I won't read this book again, but if you have a few hours to waste, this would get you through.
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