Having been totally blown away by Robert’s 5th book, ‘The Toymakers’ i put him into ‘Bookbub’ as one of my saved writers and when this, Robert’s 4th book, popped up, i didn’t need asking twice to read more of Robert’s words.
And i wasn’t disappointed.
‘those wild, desperate places that people learn to bury inside themselves so that, after having endured terrible things, they can find a way to live on.’
And Robert does this masterfully, and he does so in a prose that is accessible, flowing, easy to read, and with that perfect level of descriptiveness that the story needs.
Within the story that is
At times this book is harrowing, it moves you, and deeply, or at least if you have any compassion it will.
At the end of any book, the question the reader has to ask themselves is, ‘Do i want to read more from this writer?’ After
Sadly, Robert’s first and second book aren’t yet in Kindle format — we live in hope.