Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Book Review: Zack’s Choice by Harry Gilleland

by M. J. Joachim
Updated 11/13/15

Zack’s Choice is one of those silly crime novels, a work of fiction, written about one of the most gullible, dumbest criminals of all time. Naive and positively stupid, the main character makes me want to reach out, grab hold of him and shake some much needed sense into this positively dimwitted 20 year old. He’s one of the biggest fool’s anyone would care to read about, one who consistently proves it is possible to be dumber than a stump. 

There’s nothing spectacular about the story, which is completely unbelievable from the start. Yet, as I flipped through the pages, it continued on an endearing path, clear through the ending. Simply put, Zack’s Choice is a light-hearted, easy read. It’s enjoyable enough, has plenty of twists and turns to make you wonder what might happen next and has an unexpected ending. If you like reading about dumb criminals and their romantic love interests, this is a book you’ll probably appreciate.

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M. J.

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