George Mason published the three books that made him famous. His secret is that he never wrote any of them, and when a fourth one shows up he decided to destroy it. That generates an adventure of intrigue, crime and mystery. George runs to look for the missing clues putting his life and the life of those around him, in great danger. Will George succeed or be the protagonist of a fifth manuscript?
The Writer is a very good idea for a story, exciting and mysterious, with a lot of potential. Though in this stage, it is in need of a good dose of revision and editing. There are several points where sentences or phrases are repeated closely together. Please do not take me to be a perfectionist or one who is perfect at grammar or spelling, this was just a bit too much. This book just needs good ‘ol TLC.
Even though I am stating this, please do not think that the ideas are bad, quite the opposite. The book started off by gripping me, I really began to feel for the main character, George Mason. He was the best developed character in the bunch and has a sad story behind his actions, though I would think that there may be a time that he start to move past those ‘crutches’ and live his life as he would like to.
I was really excited to read this based on the description offered by Goodreads. This is my type of book and I can read these stories back to back to back without getting tired of it. I am sure with a little more time this book will be a great story, one that even I could add to my collection and keep, not many books make it there.
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