14 Following


Writer. Book Reviewer. Shower Singer. Gadget Girl.

(Reviews posted at The Book Pushers)


Televenge - Pamela King Cable

...In general, I think Cable has a great voice and I appreciated the writing style although at times the prose felt a bit heavy-handed and self-indulgent. The story is told in first person, mostly from Andie’s POV however we do get to experience the story from a few other POVs as well. Reverend Artury’s POVs are chilling. The first half of the book moved at a good pace, but the second half of the book, at times, felt a bit bloated and the pace bogged down with the tedium of Andie’s daily life and her seemingly never-ending struggle to survive. As a result, I lost the connection to the tension and suspense elements because they seemed to disappear from the narrative for chapters at a time. We really don’t get a reprieve from the starkness of the story until the last one-hundred pages. Despite that, this is a well-written dark and gripping tale that pulls you along every painful moment of Andie’s life as she struggles for freedom from a loveless marriage and an oppressive and dangerous church...

Full review posted at The Book Pushers: http://thebookpushers.com/2013/02/01/review-with-giveaway-televenge-by-pamela-king-cable/


Source: http://thebookpushers.com/2013/02/01/review-with-giveaway-televenge-by-pamela-king-cable