The Field of Prey

This is the first book of John Sandford’s that I have ever read. And it was not a disappointment. The plot alone was deep enough to get lost in. Every chapter left me wanting more. Reading from Davenports perspective and the switch between the killers perspective added such a good touch to the story. Finishing this book literally had me clutching my chest. Like what is life???!!!  John Sandford is such an amazing writer. I’m still not over this book and I finished this about a week ago. Such a good read! I enjoyed this book so much, I started reading the Davenport series. I just finished The Gathering Prey so that will be the next entry.

If you like crime centered books, than I recommend you give John Sandfords work a chance.

Until next time, until the next book…

 

xX, Jimalion

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Fahrenheit 451-Pt 2

imageI finished this book a few weeks ago and I just haven’t had the time to write my final response until now. I have such mixed emotions about this book. It took me a very long time to connect to the book as a whole. And I’m not going to give the ending away, but there’s a happy ending. I am such a sucker for a happy ending. But within that happy ending there were some disappointing moments. I was angry at the wife for her actions, and I was rooting so hard for her and the main character to find their groove, to work it out. I wanted him to make her believe in the goodness of books instead of fearing it. I won’t dwell too much on what unfolded between her and him, but I must say that I am glad he got a way.

As much as I had a tough time finishing this book, I kind of wish there was a part 2, because I would love to know how life changed for the main character and the ones he started traveling with after the war came. Do books ever exist without being a crime?

Until next time, until the next book…

 

xX, Jimalion