I find myself with a few sporadic minutes during my day and I often fill them with the consumption of books. These readings lead to the notes that often become the inspiration of my articles. I have had a few people I consider friends publish their own books. After this alarming fact, I decided to jump on the opportunity to be lazy.
I wanted to start reviewing these books the NY Times won’t do due to the lack of connections. Amazon doesn’t mind burying those that lack a PR backing. But I choose to read and “embrace” them. I present to you the “Sunny Side Up Book Review”.
I was blessed to receive copy of Noble Brown’s The White Arrow in the mail. I feel like most little kids and have a great day after receiving something I actually want in the mail. I had mentioned to Mr. Brown that I wanted to read his book and eventually do a review.
The White Arrow was one of the most “elusive” books that I have ever picked up. I would start reading it and something came up to interrupt my reading it. I would always find something intriguing in this book, but would be forced to put it down.
I am not sure if it qualifies as “fantasy” but it contains many fascinating stories within stories. Its characters make you want to read the book, either to find out what happens or to learn something else interesting. The book proves that it is okay to not know now and to be thrilled as you learn.
It must be mentioned that although you may be looking for a hero, you may never find it. I enjoyed this part of the book and it was especially entertaining to read about all of these character’s struggles. Their interactions helped “make” the book.
The book gets somewhere without “leaving” to begin with. You will enjoy this book when you successfully pick it up.
I am loathe to tell this book’s story when you should get a copy and read it yourself. You may do so at the link below.