My Book Review: 12 Hours by L. Marie Wood

12 Hours

Author: L. Marie Wood

Publisher: Raw Dog Screaming Press

PlotFrom RDS Press: The cabbie only remembers taking a break, pulling over in an alley to catch both his breath and the sunrise. His windshield shatters, and two people dash away. He tries to scream, to move, but his neck won’t turn. He can only stare at the cab’s dirty ceiling. Finally, a deliveryman calls the cops. Surely, they’ll arrive soon, but we’re pinned in place right along with him as he tries to puzzle it all out.

My Review and Thoughts:

This is Volume 2 of an ongoing series put out by RDS press. Original, very exploratory of imagination. Very spot on creative storytelling through this series which is 2 Volumes so far and will be a continuing experience. An experience so will worthy of the readers time. So far I am in love. Both volumes have been just brilliant in so many ways. You can read my Review for Volume 1 here: Bleak Houses

This Volume is another fine example of a written experience that sends the reader on a journey of perfection in what I consider great memorable moments of fiction.

L. Marie Wood has away with sending the reader such brilliantly weaved words off the pages into the mind. Great imagery through out its page turning expectations.

Wood is not just a great creative storyteller, Wood is complex and filled with an intensity and passion for crafting a well executed read.

12 Hours is that wondrous fine example of getting lost in the pages of imagination.

Would I Recommended: Absolutely.  This is a great series and I can't wait to see where it goes next. 12 hours is a wonderful read. I felt it. I loved it. It's been lingering on my mind and I highly recommend it because it's something that needs to be read. This series I think is something that needs to be experienced and RDS Press has created a wonderful example of an ongoing reality of pieces that stand out above and beyond

Would I Return to it Again: I can't wait for the next phase of the series. 12 Hours is another worthy piece to return to and experience all over again.

My Rating: 4 out of 5

Four Final Words: Addictive, Imaginative storytelling, Memorable.