This Book’s Recommended In The Hamilton Spectator, A Major Newspaper, On June 10th, 2017!
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A Different Point of View Story Book 1
STORY-LINE WHEN LEAVES FALL BY C. A. KING:
A short read of 56 pages, When Leaves Fall, is an intense read. Ralph wakes in a place he does recognize. His vision’s cloudy and he’s disoriented. Ralph realizes he’s in a poorly constructed shack, and of all things, he’s chained allowing him limited movement. He can vaguely remember his family and he knows they will search for him when they realize what has happened. For love is a two-way street; he loves them and they love him.
CHARACTERS, PLOTTING, DEVELOPMENT:
Do not let the page count of this short book fool you. Although short in pages, it’s packed with emotion from the first page to the last page; it packs a huge punch and will leave you emotionally spent. My tears started almost immediately as I read of the abuse Ralph endured from his unknown assailant. I quickly became emotionally involved in the story-line. For such a short story, King skillfully packed as much emotion and story into the 56 pages as a lot of writers can produce in a full novel. It takes skill to produce an intelligent, well-developed, and well-paced story in 56 pages; King managed this feat well.