The Fire Baby - Jim Kelly Reviews
Description:ISBN 0312321457 / Author: Jim Kelly / Hardcover / 336 Pages / Book is published 2004-12-09 by St. Martin's Minotaur
Newest Review: ... American military base crash lands on the farm killing everyone on board and the people in the house. That is until a woman ... more
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Summer, 1976. A plane crashes on a farm in the Cambridgeshire fen ...
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by - written on 14/07/08 (Very useful, 91 readings)
Balancing threads of a story can be a complex game for an author. Great writing and characters can be easily undermined by a confused plot or messy narrative. This is even truer if you take the bold step of having multiple storylines running parallel to one another. The secret is to keep these stories as essentially separate elements only coming together on occasion for dramatic effect. One book in which this is done well is Don Winslow's excellent 'Power of the Dog', he managed to set a book over two decades with other five main characters and make each page a joy to read. The latest author I have read to take on a similar (but easier) challenge is Jim Kelly in ... Read the complete review
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