A Good Car

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Ed Valenti is stuck in a loop of booze and gambling, constantly losing track of time and happily numbing his memories whenever possible. One night he wins a car at a game of poker. That car will bring to his doorstep a worried father looking for his son and from that moment on Ed's life won't be the same. More
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Words: 14,620
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311832719
About Julia Proud

Julia Proud has always been fascinated by stories and spent countless hours scribbling something or other. But she also had a love for exact science and Mathematics. After a few years spent studying Cybernetics and Statistics, she decided to try her hand at Film School, because, erm… why not?
She has always loved the movies and writing scripts turned out to be fitting. But again she couldn’t be still and somehow ended up working as an Animation Artist for various Television Series and even in the Flash Games Industry.
She is currently working as a freelancer, and ardently struggling to figure out this new thing she’s bumped into: motherhood. But despite her winding journey, Julia Proud has never let go of her love for writing and storytelling. As long as she manages to touch another’s soul with her stories she will be proud – bad pun intended.

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Review by: James Jenkins on July 28, 2017 :
I enjoyed this, the characters are real and the story plausible.
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Review by: Grace Buchanan on Oct. 23, 2014 :
This is a story about fathers and sons and addictions, and how they interact with each other.

The author addresses the phenomenon of men being tough guys. Her main character is a guy who deliberately does his best to act tough in a harsh world as she reveals his tender feelings.

The main character was described so well that I got to feeling like I knew him well. His encounters with death are preceded and complicated by harrowing memories. The story ends neatly with all ends tied up, and everyone living happily ever after.

I will give this book five stars when it is edited to the point where I can read it without pausing to regain clarity. These pauses won't hurt your enjoyment of the book unless you are super-picky like me.
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Review by: Carra Ryan on Sep. 14, 2014 :
I absolutely loved this story. It's been a while since reading has bought tears to my eyes. I had opened it to just check it out but then- I couldn't put it down. I can't wait to read more! Excellent!! :)
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