I still can’t believe I’m doing this.
Writing the first draft of Saturday’s post on Friday. That rubs off on me as pure plain unserious. That’s twice in a row…oh wait, last week’s was even written on the selfsame Saturday.
I attempted writing this week. Writing just to get in back in groove. And guess what I attempted writing? Fiction. I know! Its been forever. Earlier this year I got the impression I’d be writing some more this year, fiction inclusive. Right now, I’m wondering if I got that impression right.
Even book reviews scare me! Imagine.
If you’re very concerned about my writing life, kindly order me a pile of novels to read. Paperbacks. Any books by Khaleed Hoseinni may do right now.
If there’s one thing you can take away from law school, its discipline. Lol, I kid. I’m just trying to attach more depth to law school. All I’m heading to is that in the spirit of discipline, I managed to write a passable book review. The strain of it.
City of Angels by Jamie Peterson and James Scott Bell.
It wasn’t exactly my kind of novel. I was on a road trip. It was a book lying around and so I flipped one page after another until I found out I was in fact reading it.
Kit’s shoulders are squared, she would not listen to the naysayers and to the pressure put on women in society simply spelt as attending or hosting dinner parties while adhering to etiquettes. Kit Shannon has come to Los Angeles to be a lawyer or so she thinks.
The themes of this book center around courage, mentorship, faith, and the crookedness of law practice back in the 1900s. The
show book is further spiced by edgy courtroom drama.
The characters are credible and I’d empathize with aunt Freddy any day. They however don’t necessarily hook a reader.
The plot heightens with a certain court room case that’ll determine everything in Los Angeles.
Who’s the killer? Who’s mentally deranged?
That has to be my favourite part of the book.
What happens to attractive Kit Shannon in the world of Los Angeles and in a profession for the ruthless men?
1. I had absolutely no clue it was part of a series until I ran a google search after completing the book.
2. The story line also starts out as a cliche.
Who should read this book? Anyone who’s free for some easy yet gripping and interesting read.
Another thing you should note if you try buying the book is that there are other novels with the same title, so note the authors carefully.
I hope you had a good read. Till next week Saturday guys. Don’t forget to share with your friends.
Love and Light,