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Once I picked the book up is was impossible to put down. If you have not read the other two standalone books, I encourage you to. Tom Swyers is an author of epic proportion.
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I've never thought about the death penalty, or life on the inside of prison, or solitary confinement. Phillip Dawkins has maintained his innocence for over twenty years, when he is released.
How do you step out of prison and adapt to being free. You have no skills, no money, your family is gone and you're totally alone.
The only person you know, is the attorney you'd were corresponding with. This book has it all! It was definitely an eye opener.
The author Tom Sayers writes with love, with integ I've never thought about the death penalty, or life on the inside of prison, or solitary confinement.
The author Tom Sayers writes with love, with integrity. It's well worth your time to read. But be aware, keep tissues nearby!
I received this book through ARC for an honest review. Earlier this year I read Saving Babe Ruth by Tom Swyers. It was the first of the Lawyer David Thompson Thriller Legal Series.
The writing and storytelling were first-rate but the theme lost a little on me Accordingly, it was hard for me to relate to the passion and persistence expressed.
That said, when one of my readers recommended Caged to Kill, the second book in the David Thompson Thriller Legal Series, I was quick Earlier this year I read Saving Babe Ruth by Tom Swyers.
That said, when one of my readers recommended Caged to Kill, the second book in the David Thompson Thriller Legal Series, I was quick to buy a copy.
It is a superb edge of your seat story about the mistreatment of a prisoner confined to solitary for 30 years. The inspiration is the real-life confinement of a prisoner for 32 years, but readers are not informed of this until the Afterword.
The Afterword was initially the Preface and should have remained so, but some readers complained that it negatively impacted their reading experience.
I don't get it? Surely, knowing that a novel was founded on truth adds to the enjoyment and reading experience? If you're looking for a gripping read that will also educate you about the U.
Great read. View 1 comment. There are some elements in this novel that I found worked well, and there were other elements that just didn't.
I think this novel just bit off more than it could chew. For about the first half of the novel, I felt that this was trying to be an examination of the psychological effects of incarceration especially solitary confinement on the individual, as well as the struggle to reintegrate into society without adequate support and transitional assistance.
I was really liking where that was goin There are some elements in this novel that I found worked well, and there were other elements that just didn't.
I was really liking where that was going! It seemed that Phillip's struggle WAS the story and I was really pulling for him to succeed.
Then, I turned a page, and found myself in a whole different book - a weird cross between psychological thriller and something akin to a spy thriller or was it a chronicle of the descent into madness?
Other developments weren't well contextualized - the research was clearly there when it came to the prison system, but medical and psychological elements didn't demonstrate the same attention to detail.
Many didn't come across as remotely plausible to me. The preface should have been an afterword. It set up a set of expectations for me that ended up hurting the reading experience.
I'm all for fiction with a message, but this particular set up made the book political before I even started the story. I think moving it to the end would have allowed me to appreciate the story on its own merits.
I may have concluded it was too preachy in spite of this change, but there's no question that is my opinion with the preface included. The pacing was uneven and choppy and this did not come across as being an intentional choice.
Partly, this is due to the abrupt genre switch, with the first half being a bit slower to develop and the latter being a sprint.
Another component is the near-repetition that's used in the writing. I think more variation in sentence length, as well as finding ways to use characters' first names a bit less often, would have helped make the prose flow better and may have softened the rough edges in pacing.
The character development was also lacking for me. I think this had to do with the choice to write this in the third person.