Kienzle died on December 28, Till Death. William X. The priesthood or Lil? It would be a gut-wrenching decision for Rick. So I said to myself, "Hmm, would it of made a difference if I started in the beginning, then in the middle? And my conclusion was, no. I expect a novel, whether it is the first in a series, the tenth in a series, or the very last in a series, to actually grab you by the collar and shake the living bejesus out of you.
The book nee When I went to log in William X. The book need to grab the attention of the reader and keep reeling them along. Let me break it down for you.
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Let's start with the plot. The plot took way too long to climax. While other novels ill do it by or in the middle of the story, with "Till Death" it occurred within the last one hundred pages. The characters.
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Oh my, the characters. Though developed through the author's mind, I felt that several of them were dull and uninviting. The dialogue. If you ever wanted a lesson in the business of the Roman Catholic Church, then read this book. Believe me, I learned more about the Catholic church than what I wanted to.
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The scenes in which the story took place, could of been a little more descriptive. To me, the descriptiveness of the areas of Michigan was dull and blighty.
It was rough and sometimes unexpected. The transferring of one area to the next, could of been smoother. Am I a glutton for punishment? Yes I am. Will I read another Kiezle novel? I believe in redeeming effects; that just because one novel is bad, doesn't mean the next one will be. The choice is yours on whether or not to read. To be honest, I don't think that I can whole heartedly recommend this book. Flip a coin if you must. Only a true believer can redeem themselves. Mar 22, Robert Lariviere rated it liked it. A good read in an interesting series.
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Aug 16, Andy Plonka rated it really liked it Shelves: src. It was interesting to read this book published in and contrast it with Let it Burn which was published in as both books are set in Detroit. The city has not prospered in the interim. Jun 24, Kathie H rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Young adults on up. Didn't want to put this one down. Something like 22 in the series, but the first I'd heard of or read. Only one part where suspending disbelief was tough. As a Catholic, I found myself nodding in agreement many times. If I were catholic I may have enjoyed it a little more.
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