"Hiding in Sunshine" a quick review
I just recently received Hiding in Sunshine by John Stuart and Caitlin Stuart complimentary via the Influenster 2012 Holiday Voxbox program. The following opinions are completely my own thoughts.
So, I just finished this book this morning and couldn't wait to give my insights. I knew I was going to write an Amazon review when I first received the book and I started thinking about it even while I was reading it. I even started taking notes about what I disliked about the book so much. My impressions definitely changed though as I was reading. The book was very slow at the beginning. Some of the details that were given just seemed unnecessary. I also felt that the language of the work was a bit disjointed. Sometimes you would read something like, "that dude was really, really bad" and then you would read a section that says something like, "the capacious living space." Capacious...really? Someone definitely had fun pulling out the old thesaurus on this book. Despite the wonkiness in the writing styles, I did enjoy this book. I found myself actually skimming over portions, not because I wasn't interested, but because I wanted to see what would happen next. If you have any interest in technology, cyber attacks, or "big brother" looking over your shoulder this book is a definite read with a few surprises mixed in.
Interested in the book? You can get it on Amazon for $19.95 OR get it for your Kindle at a steal...only $1.99!!