Tuesday, December 6, 2011
Thalo Blue - a review
Reading Thalo Blue requires patience and the understanding and acceptance that the details of the protagonist's life presented at the story's beginning will come together in a complex web both dark and frightening. If you are willing to accept this, the novel progresses, and the details begin to coalesce and the pace picks up, and it becomes hard to put down.
Some might think this initially slow-paced, perhaps it is, but I like a novel that builds the underlying texture before applying the paint to canvas. That makes the overall picture more a work of art with more layers and more facets than a run-of-the-mill story.
I highly recommend Thalo Blue to any reader looking for a complex, fascinating read.
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Posted by Larry Enright at 1:29 PM