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* I received this ARC from the author in exchange for an Honest Review*
This story is interesting albeit a bit confusing. It took me a while to figure out the story is told by two different guys; Lou... and "Fence". Admittedly that was probably my own fault since there are PoV breaks to signal who's talking for each mini chapter.
I really liked this story, then again I am a big fan of the whole mob thing. I love stories about hitmen and whatnot. I think it's because I'm a New Yorker >.>
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I have to say, when I read the summary and had a quick flick of this book, I really didn't know if I was going to enjoy it. Whilst I really enjoy a crime thriller, mob based fiction doesn't usually interest me in the slightest. Therefore I was very pleasantly s ...more
This novella is broken up into two-story lines. The genre if this is one is gangster life.
The story starts with a hobo who is on the run…a man has been killed. The first few pages you are not given the name of the man. But you don’t need it. The pace the race for this man to get away and fast is well written. He has to run and heads down to New Orleans.
The twist and turns of this character will not disappoint as he meets interesting people af ...more
Full Circle would be a great film. I see it as a neo-noir, crime-action-thriller movie, with Lou and Fence moving toward their destinies, including Lou's brush with v ...more
Once again this author pulls you into the story just like you are one of the characters. You hear them talk, you think like them, you go where they go. When this author picks up his pen to write, it is like he is going to carve a fine statue out of a block of stone while you watch. When one of the characters is leaving town on a train, you can feel that train move. "Full Circle" is a great read and reread.
*this book was given to me for an honest review*