2.27.2012

John Rector's Already Gone

I enjoyed Already Gone quite a bit. With its grim themes, spare prose style and violent plot, it read like good modern noir. The plot takes some nice twists and I found myself digging the narrative voice. Rector writes well in the present tense, which is not always the easiest thing to do, and dang, that Diane is one dastardly dame!


Or is she?


Fun story that moves well through the conclusion. I'll be looking for more of Rector's fiction...

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