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The Journal of James Halldon by Glynn James
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Dec 06, 2011

it was amazing

James Halldon, formerly of London, awakens to find himself in a strange, dark world, with no idea how he got there. He is battered, bruised & surrounded by junk of unknown origins. After his eyes adjust to the extremely low light level, James realizes that he is Robinson Crusoe, shipwrecked in a foreign land & must find the means to keep himself alive. When foraging among the piles of refuse, James discovers a journal & begins to keep a diary of his experiences. It is through those journal entries that the reader travels along with James as he explores his new environment & seeks a way to get back home to London.

Diary of the Displaced is written in first person narrative & Glynn James mastery of this POV had me hooked from the very first page. I could easily see this title being a success as an audio book.

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