How To Disappear Completely

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Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Sitting at the top of a Ferris wheel overlooking the Boston skyline, Josh’s life takes an unexpected turn. Along with the many surprises on his life’s new path, he’ll come to take life advice from a family of ducks, get in a bloody war with a dog, and find out that people aren’t what they seem. When you're at the top of the world, there's nowhere to go but down.

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Review by: Abhay Adil on March 07, 2011 :
A great book, loved reading it. The opening sentence really holds you the narrative style is light and humorous with a great flow. The story engages the readers greatly, the way story develops is somewhat predictive but interesting.
The Characters are really believable and appealing, truly wrote reading.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: GraceKrispy on Aug. 10, 2010 :
At the beginning of this story, you are immediately drawn into an exciting scene involving a dog, some big teeth, a kick, a ring, and an inordinate amount of drool. Wondering how he things got to this point? Read on to find out!

I really liked this author's writing style; it didn't remind me of high school writing (as many do), nor was it bogged down with superfluous vocabulary. The writing made me want to read a lot more books by this author, but with more engaging plotlines. A few times, I thought the storyline was heading in a certain direction (at one point, I was really thinking "ooh, this is like the movie "Single White Female!"), but, disappointingly, it wasn't. Although the ends were decently tied up, I felt like it was vanilla ice cream when I wanted some chocolate chips thrown in. All in all, it was a fairly interesting story by a really good writer.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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