Lives in Louisiana. Loves reading, writing, and nothingness. Oldest out of four children, two brothers and two sisters.
on March 20, 2018 :
This book, written from a first-person point of view, follows a smart-aleck set of triplets who go from one event to another, with no character development at all.
Many things just happen, and no explanation is given, no reflection, nothing. For example, the triplets get into a fight with three other students, and the teacher doesn't ask for details, but just lets them go--and the brothers give no thought to it at all. Not a single word is utilized to describe what should have been a surprise to them.
And early in the novel, the author decided it would be beneficial to throw in the f-word. That's a surefire way to ruin what little story there was (and there wasn't much).
The writing is in desperate need of an editor.
(review of free book)