The Ballad of Clyde

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Clyde Simmons is one of Britain's most devoted, vocal, and well educated environmental activists. Just ask him and he'll be more than happy to tell you. Goaded into a position where it's time to put up or shut up, Clyde finds himself at an impasse. His friends have a scheme and they need one more pair of hands. Will Clyde prove his mettle, or prove he's a poseur?
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Words: 9,660
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301793204

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Review by: GG Atcheson on July 10, 2013 :
I haven't read the main book but since this is mentioned as an important character, I decided to give it a try.
First, I'd like to say that the way the protagonist 'thinks' is quite clever, fun, and natural. The only minus I found is that sometimes it is hard to know who is doing the actual talking since most of the time the narrator speaks and comments on what has been said, and that is how you know who talked. Strange? A little bit, and a few times I had to go back and read again, but, yes there is always a but, by the end of the book I was quite accustomed to it.

As for how many stars? I don't know how Smashwords work as it won't let me change the rating, and I don't know the actual meaning of the stars here. So I will just say that I liked it although it was quite short and I wished it would have been longer.
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