Book Journey: Rubble and the Wreckage
|Genre:||Erotic Romance Thriller|
|Book Name:||Rubble and the Wreckage|
After reading the excerpt of the book, I knew it was going to be a different genre than those that I had been reading recently – the murders, the non-guilt arising out of it, each short story bringing even the listener (writer) closer to the killer.
This book is yet another romantic thriller with close to half a century murders. Written in a smooth character building/ evolving for the two protagonists, Church and Christian, Robb Clark has been successful in entwining emotions of both together in an insane way. However, half-way through the book, it at times got to the extent of eeeuu puke. May be I would not have been too harsh had it just been a boy-girl drama!
That said, is it really so easy to ignite a spark in us that is always on the loose to bring up the bad side and crash all the previous moments? The book brings similar such flaws of human being at the front.
Not my type of book, and definitely not worth 200 pages of read. Can only be read by those dreamy ones or the ones still looking for something to satisfy their appetite after Christian Gray, but with non girl-boy eroticism. Remember, I warned!
Excerpt from the back cover of the book:
Christian Maxwell studied abnormal psychology in college but chose instead to focus on a career in writing. His background comes in handy when he thinks of writing about a serial killer. He can’t think of anyone more qualified to write the story of Gabriel Lee Church, and do so in the murderer’s own words. It’s been done before, but never with a killer who has yet to be captured or convicted.
There was never anything more than a gentleman’s understanding between the two men that Christian would record Gabriel’s life story. The killer did not ask for his complicity in any crimes, nor did he ever ask for his silence. Christian’s interest in the man, though, is fast becoming something more than academic. When the writer and his subject become unexpected friends and then lovers, the question remains: What is Gabriel’s endgame . . . and why does he want his story told?
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Posted on July 12, 2015, in Book Reviews and tagged Book, Book Review, Erotic, Erotic Romance Thriller, MM Thriller, Review, Robb Clark, Rubble and the Wreckage. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.