Friday, February 19, 2010

Ordinary Thunderstorms

Stormy. There’s nothing ordinary about the thunder than rains on protagonist Adam Kindred’s life in William Boyd’s new thriller, Ordinary Thunderstorms. It takes a powerful suspension of disbelief to go along with Boyd as he transforms Adam from an academic climatologist to a homeless fugitive. Boyd’s writing is so fine that a reader’s disbelief remains suspended as Adam finds ways to survive and somewhat thrive under trying conditions. The descriptive language brings every scene to life, and the development of each character kept me engaged and interested throughout the novel. Ordinary Thunderstorms provides hours of entertaining reading, and enough unresolved by the end to expect and savor a rewarding sequel.

Rating: Four-star (Highly Recommended)
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