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on May 21, 2013 :
I had a little trouble getting into this book, perhaps it was me not paying enough attention. However, once again Jim Willis has shown that he does not let his readers down. It is fast moving, full of surprises and carries the reader through. There was one time I was totally on the edge of my seat, so much so that after going to bed I got back up to see what happened next. Good read, well written and presnted
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on March 25, 2013 :
"Philly MC" by Jim Wills is the second in his Kavannagh series. Having read the first book I was quite surprised by this second instalment, but it was a very pleasant surprise. In a series of books I often expect to see repetition and the same formula but in this book Wills has not only changed time and place, he has also taken on a new concept.
In Philly MC he focuses much more on just one man and his inner torment, making this a brilliant character study and a rewarding experience. Jack's moody personality was as interesting as the setting, a very authentic portrayal of the 1960s, which admittedly I know only from Television, but it seemed very real and right.
Having started his series with historical fiction with a lot of issues dictated by the setting, this book is much more playful and shows a great versatility and an admirable ability to keep the reader interested with less props.
A great book.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)