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Son of Stone: A Stone Barrington Novel Kindle Edition
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|Length: 400 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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There is however one major fault with both Peter and Stone and that is there absolute lack of any real human emotion from either one of them. When the murder occurs neither one of them seems to spend any time at all grieving for the deceased. They just pick themselves off, dust themselves off and get along with the important matters such as the reading of the will and getting Peter accepted into the Yale Drama School.
If this is what Mr. Woods is turning out nowadays and calling it writing then perhaps he needs to consider retirement as his next option. Mr. Woods and his editor and publisher need to hang their collective heads in shame over this one.
1. Stop with the airplane crap. For the love of God man we know you like airplanes
2. Conseratively speaking the man spends $200k a year in restaurants.
3. It isnt interesting to hear what kind of clothes he is wearing. We get that he is rich and fashionable.
4. How many rich people will show up, die and then leave him something hugely valuable? He has inherited, 3 planes, 4 houses, a hotel, a company etc.
Anyway the list could be longer but you get the point. Do not buy this book. The ghost writers are even slipping and Woods is using characters he did a good job creating years ago as an annuity payment with the crap he is slinging now.