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N lands comes through even The problem is that it just looks accidental rather than a deliberate style enhancement and it s harder to read the book right through as the clunk is constantly in the background Celebrated works across the years from Jules Verne to Philippe Djian don t clunk They may or may not have been better authors but they did it differentlyIt s uite a hard thing when a pointless amateur book reviewer who deserves to be ignored recommends a major change to an author but here oes The first thing to do is convert this into a screenplay because cool characters from several countries speaking their second language the only one they all have in common would be radical and convey a sense of their travels and experiences in addition to the lines they are delivering Imagine Reservoir Dogs with the membership coming from many countries It s interesting to hear this style spoken when it originates from the characters It *S Not Effective When Written In A Book Because It *not effective when written in a book because it all be blamed on the narrator The second recommendation the painful one is to change the way the book is written Write it in flowing Italian to avoid the freuent short sentences and then translate it into English word for word and then find another writer who is a native speaker of English to re write the story so it flows fluidly as if it were written by a natural I don t expect the author to do this as it s like letting someone else ride away on your new bicycle but I think it is what it will take for this author to be accepted and recognised for the Feel The Heat good story and imaginative content he has written at least in the ignorant English speaking markets A thriller no matter how worthy that isn t easy toet into will have a hard time against all the competition I m seeing nowadays I could be sarcastic and add there are authors that readers but the thriller All Natural Murder (A Blossom Valley Mystery genre it isn t uite that saturated yet Noteworthy it has to be an easy read to break throughThere youo I ve written way too much about the style and hardly touched the content It s a
"Thriller With Reasonable Pace And "with reasonable pace and that makes you think about city hopping to see the little bridges canals and houseboats to speculate on their shady secrets and uiet occupants who act calm in the face of adversity It s a fun ride as these thrillers should be which is why it deserves three stars anywayThese uotes are included as examples of text that I don t think sounds natural with the intent to steal the formula at all costs thus the Give it Up (The Thorne Brothers, gun explaining that wool sweater that showed off out her form the nickname mad detective fit her like alove and was man of apparent age thirty five years the police have opened an investigation examining the evidence found you spurt happiness from every pore Pygmalion But why et into this circle when she was already in high class one to what purpose and they just spoke ear to ear It s the language of your friend from the caf but I would clean it up for publication Buy it anyway and read the book for the story Fall in love with Holland and die It s fun than pedantic old London Wesley has just been released from a psychiatric hospital two years after being admitted His life was full of medications and the feeling that he didn t belong there and upon his release he discovers the truth about the horrors of this institution and the experiments that were performed on patientsIt was a chance meeting when he met Megan or was it Beautiful wealthy and with a funhouse of moods and personality one never knew what to expect from her When Wesley becomes involved in a cl. Olved in lots of intrigues will they fall in love And will Wes succeed in solving all the troubles these criminal have involved .
Ll of us who d like to see what Amsterdam is like when *You Don T Have *don t have eyes of a tourist Great let s oI can t help wondering why the events of the story don t attract police interest though An explosion in a capital city for example would be international news and a messy would be international news and a messy would leave witnesses spending 12 hours in the police station re tracing events They wouldn t be asked to do
this if they had escaped the scene so that s probably the if they had escaped the scene so that s probably the I m feeling around for but Themes from a Letter to Rome going to chat about an alarming event afterwards in a cafe calmly without any sirens in the background and with no nasty uestions is a little light touch Then again no one bothers James Bond with this sort of low level nuisance either so the poets of entertainment have a licence Iuess There s also a fair amount of description about what A Warriner to Protect Her (The Wild Warriners girls are wearing and compliments about models of car again channeling spy movies then even a vodka martiniets in on the action I should clarify that the book is its own entity not a copy of Fleming or anything else but subconscious Bond stuff is around them almost as a metaphor for the adventure normal people thrown into a dangerous world of international danger and flashing jewels Exciting yes Would you call the police and Essential LINQ go into hiding end of story boring or skid off in the Aston Martin with the wind in your hair spin through alleyways and knock over some cardboard boxes I can t criticise the recurring car awareness then because that s likely to be normal in city street fiction and I m just not seeing it very often in the sci fi theme I m usually into As for the strong feminist temptation to criticise the threeirls teasing posing trying to attract attention and making the first move on the poor boy although I d like to complain that it s demeaning and no one does that in the real world I ve had a ood honest think and decided to avoid the subject altogether and not be hypocriticalThe positive stuff makes for a ood plot and a rollercoaster story so far so Afternoons with the Blinds Drawn good but now I have to mention the elephant in the room Think about how hard it is to write a book in your second or third language the one you were not brought up with as a native speaker Could you do this I couldn t even dream about the challenge of writing prose directly in Italian or Dutch at least thirty years of study right there Jules Verne producedreat works in English absolutely but he wrote them all in French couldn t read English and didn t make a direct translation instead employing another to make his French phrases read as if they d been penned by a native speaker of English In this book Marco Marek has tried to master a challenge that the likes of Verne declined to attempt to write directly in a studied second tongue The trouble is I don t think it reads well at all This issue isn t about content excitement or originality Specifically when a native speaker of English reads it the story sounds uite clunky and distracts from what is PatternReview.com 1,000 Clever Sewing Shortcuts and Tips going on in the scene To back up my view I ll add some sample clunky sentences belowThe problem with the flow of the tale can also become the solution just by turning it around in your mind The storytelling style re creates the impression of sitting in a cafe in Holland and being told an engaging anecdote by your close friend from Holland who isn t as fluent in English as they like to think they are That s suddenly fine then isn t it It s better to hear a continental story from a continental voice and that s a realistic illusion for the reader because the atmosphere of immersion in colourful foreig. Haan Psychiatric Hospital He met Megan right after a beautiful but uirkyirl and high risk life loverTogether they will be inv. .