14 severed feet. 2 men. 1 female cop. 1 knife.
Wow. That was a book! It's not a long novel (217 pages), but I really liked it. It takes place on and around beautiful British Columbia. What is fun is that we visited Vancouver and B.C. last year, and went to most of the places (see below). You don't need that experience, mind you, but I think it is a deeper experience when you have been to such places! You paint richer pictures in your mind.
In addition, Desolation Sound Provincial Park exists, as well.
Now it was a pretty bloody story, but since they are getting more and more vulgar on simple shows like Dancing With The Stars, where they are dancing like pole dancers, and they have to up the ante on shows like CSI and the like, I found that I could handle this one. The plot was a great one.
They are planning a movie!
Heston’s Agamemnon Films is currently developing Desolation Sound as a feature motion picture.
The book trailer, I just couldn't watch!
I liked the setting, action, characterization, and the plot, just to be totally analytical.
Beautiful British Columbia
We visited to meet our newest granddaughter this year. You'll forgive some memories! Here are some of the places featured in the book! Our son and DIL live there, we were there to visit our newest granddaughter, as well, as the wedding last year. Then there was my visit with my daughter to see Jess' show in 2013.
Everett Crowley Park in Vancouver, Salt Spring Island!, Bloedel Conservatory, VanDusen Gardens, Into Vancouver to see Les Mis, Vancouver airport – a beautiful place, Caitlin and I visited Jesse and Stacie, Post #8 Crofton's Pulp and Paper Mill near Duncan, B.C., Stanley Park, Stanley Park nanny trees.