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ISBN:
1435708571
Author:
Jason Krumbine
Category:
Mystery
Language:
English
Publisher:
Lulu.com (April 4, 2008)
Pages:
268 pages
EPUB book:
1918 kb
FB2 book:
1451 kb
DJVU:
1383 kb
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Rating:
4.5
Votes:
653


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  • Browelali
This was my very first Alex book. I had gotten it for free and I only downloaded it because it was free. This is not my usual book as I am not into reading the supernatural. When I finally got around to reading it, I just wasn't sure what I was reading. This book starts off strong with Alex right in the middle of his sarcastic, smart-mouthed, deadly situations. But the more I read, the more in love with Alex I fell. He is an original PI, filled with dumb luck and quick wit. I could not get enough of this guy's witty banter, especially between him and Nick. I would sum it up by calling it a comic book with no pictures--plenty of action, nonstop.

Yes, there were editing issues, but I don't think it is fair to give a book a 1-star review on editing only. Do you give a book a 5-star review on outstanding editing if the story stinks? And how can a reader give a review if they did not even get halfway through the book? Not fair to other readers trying to read an honest review and certainly not fair to the author. In a case where you did not get through the book, leave a 3-star, middle review and state why. Or, better yet, don't leave a review. Leave it to us, the readers who have read through the book, to leave an honest review of the total content.

This book had a lot of editing issues; if you can't deal with those, this is not the book for you. That is the only reason this book did not get the full 5 stars from me. If you can overlook this, then sit back and enjoy Alex.
  • Blacknight
This was one super funny, but good story. I enjoy reading the supernatural genre and when I read the summary of the story, I was not expecting to laugh so hard or so much. If you like Nelson DeMille's John Corey series, Evanovich's Stephine Plum series, along with the TV show Supernatural you will love this book!!!

Alex Cheradon is a P.I. that stresses that he will NOT take on any case with supernatual overtures, yet that is exactly what happens to the poor fella. Jason Krumbine definetly has a way with words as he paints the reader a vivid picture of who and/or what he is dealing with at the moment, not to mention his own thoughts on each situation.

I was not sure what to expect from a free book and was very pleased with this book. I will be buying more of his books as I am sure they are all just as good. I did read Just Dial 911 and loved it also!!! This book kept me laughing out loud the whole way through. Krumbine does have a way with words. Reccommended for anyone looking to be throughly entertained.
  • Direbringer
I received this book at no cost from Amazon for Kindle readers. It was an enjoyable read, and I look forward to reading more from this author.
  • Modar
I honestly think this writer has talent. I do. I think that authors who are really good often have editors. I'm not even an editor, and I could totally clean this novel up a bit, get rid of the spelling errors and the places where the grammar is awkward, take out the unnecessary bit of racism and a few places where stereotypes are used to be funny (a rich guy with a pencil thin mustache? What is this, a 1934 silent film?) An editor could turn this into a 4 star novel, easily, I think.

All that being said, I enjoyed the story. Ok, correction, I'm only halfway through it. Then end might suck, I don't know.

Even I know this, and I'm more amateur a writer than this fellow: Put your ego aside, find someone who is really good at spelling and grammar, have them read it. Then find a friend who is not afraid to give you some thoroughly thought out critiques of the flow of the story, and talk to them about it. Make some changes. Go take some college writing courses and learn some technique. Get better. The storytelling ability is there, but it's buried in the lack of technical skill.
  • Landamath
Nice diversion.
  • Boyn
I found it light hearted and funny at times. Like going on road trip with a friend and not knowing what to expect.
  • Cogelv
This book was okey, there are funny moments but the overall story is a bit convoluted. Also, there were just too many typos, missing words, switched words, wrong words,to enjoy and kind of flow to the story. I really wish the writers or editors of these e-books would take at least one look before releasing the books to the public. I don't even know how you are able to put in so many mistakes. It's as if they typed it out once then had someone randomly take words out here and there just to make it difficult.
The book did have some entertaining parts. Alex has some very witty moments. I did think the author went overboard at times. also the plot lacked a clear thread. I found myself putting it down then trying it again. I did enjoy Alex's ex girlfriend who in the words of one reviewer brings to mind Laura Kroft. I also liked the merosexual, admin. assistant but thought his character a bit over done.