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Blind Fall: A Novel de Christopher Rice
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Blind Fall: A Novel (edição: 2008)

de Christopher Rice, Frederick Weller (Reader)

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Disgraced after a split-second decision nearly kills his marine captain, Iraq war veteran John Houck struggles to redeem himself in his captain's eyes and stumbles on a horrifying murder scene that wrongfully implicates the captain's partner.
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Título:Blind Fall: A Novel
Autores:Christopher Rice
Outros autores:Frederick Weller (Reader)
Informação:Simon & Schuster Audio (2008), Edition: Unabridged, Audio CD
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Etiquetas:Thriller, Fiction, Audio CD

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Blind Fall de Christopher Rice

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    The Boy Who Picked the Bullets Up de Charles Nelson (dale-in-queens)
    dale-in-queens: These two books are very different from each other. They have in common gay members of the military. I think if you enjoy one, you may enjoy the other.
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Not my favorite of Rice's work. This story felt a little contrived and unrealistic. I didn't really like any of the characters- even the dead ones- and that made it hard for me to connect with the story. ( )
  lovelypenny | Feb 4, 2016 |
I wanted to enjoy this book but just couldn't get into it. There is a good story here, however, it is badly written and that is the biggest fault with this book. The writing style did not flow and was so badly structured as to be distracting.

He threw open the front door as if he was about to confront a band of insurgents, as if something about the room might have shifted and given up evidence of Alex's intention in the few minutes he had been gone. His sister had to say his name several times in a row before he could feel his feet again.

This is a paragraph that just doesn't make sense and is just one of many through out the book. It makes the book seem more like a first novel from a new author.

Disappointed. ( )
  Balthazar-Lawson | Mar 30, 2013 |
If you are jealous of this writer, you should be, as this is his fourth books and he is only 29 year-old.

In this one, he has mixed Marine Corps nobility with attitude toward gays and acceptance of gays. This is a very unique and interesting mix, that make this book a page turner. The homophobia in this book and how the characters ring truth, as that is similar to the stories I heard from gays and lesbians in real life. I would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in story about gay in the family, and past wrong of homophobia and new found acceptance.

I would watch this writer closely. I like him more than his famous mother. ( )
  XOX | Jul 29, 2010 |
“He had no discernable accent, which meant he was from west of the Rockies”. How about, that’s not at all how it works? Everyone has an accent. And people from California and Washington and Oregon have them too, anyone not from there can probably tell if they listen hard.

It’s a decent mystery (even if it does have a lot of routine Christopher Rice characters and interactions) and I do admire the author’s ability to write from the point of view of someone who holds entirely opposite views from himself.

I do not want ot spoil anything but there is also a surprise connection to one of his other books. ( )
  babydraco | Jun 24, 2008 |
I have enjoyed Rice's other novels but I had a hard time withe this one. ( )
  mgaulding | Jun 20, 2008 |
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