Five starts out of five.
Love it! It made me laugh
ByMelina Riveraon July 15, 2015
Love it! It made me laugh, it made me cringe, it made me wonder, very descriptive flow I really enjoyed the dark humor and characters woven in this thrilling story, someone should make this a t.v. series. I would really enjoy it, very intriguing & entertaining had me wanting more. I highly recommend this book.
A review recently posted on AMAZON for DOGS IN THE DISTANCE
Five Stars (out of five)
Great read, great playlist
By Melina Rivera on June 21, 2015
Great read, great playlist, had me hooked from the very beginning , it was a book I didn’t wanna put down and at the same time I didn’t want It to end, lots of great imagery and character development that kept me intrigued to the last word. I highly recommend this book! Not only are the chapters short which is great but the story flows in an interesting way, it keeps you wanting more . Can’t wait to read Devils Breakfast!
A list of some of the songs directly or indirectly referred to in DOGS IN THE DISTANCE. NOW OUT IN PAPERBACK!
Stone Roses: I Wanna Be Adored
Psychedelic Furs: Pretty in Pink
Nirvana: Smells Like Teen Spirit
Sister Mercy: This Corrosion
Soundgarden: Fell on Black Days
Sex Pistols: Submission
Nine Inch Nails: Closer
Billy Idol: White Wedding
The Stooges: Gimme Danger
Joy Division: She’s Lost Control
Thom York: Black Swan
A DOGS IN THE DISTANCE review by a recent reader.
Excellent Read. The only downfall is that I took …
By Rodney B Amieva on June 18, 2015
Excellent Read. The only downfall is that I took to long to read it. The character development is flawless and keeps you glued to the pages one after the other. Your sucked in right from the first page. with the chapters being short it gives you time for the story to sink in. I felt that this could be a movie or a TV show at times. When you are in this book you are involved right away.
An article from the New Yorker that had some interesting things in it about those fantastic, hard boiled novels when men were men and women were…Hell, no. I’m not going to touch that. From the NEW YORKER.