Mallory's Manly Methods by Thomas Keech is a colourful and well-written novel featuring the life and misadventures of Kevin Mallory, whose fragile fame is on the wane. Kevin Mallory is a manipulator, a morally reprehensible person, and a liar; however, he is forced to be all of these things since it is the only way for him to get a break in the world he lives in.
Douglas Vigliotti wrote a story with the perfect blend of humor, passion and drama. His writing just flowed and had me invested from the moment I began to read. There is a chance, when an author tells a story such as this, the male ends up being a bit of a doormat in part because of the situation he has found himself in.
In 'GOTCHA!: Inside Trump’s 2020 Campaign', Ed. Weinberger uses a strong story that has some degree of possibility to weave quite the tale and keeps the reader on their toes as they try not to tear up with laughter as it relates to the countless moments of mockery that emerge throughout.
Nineteen Eighty-Four is an outstandingly (in every sense of the word) powerful, thought-provoking, compelling, engaging portrait of an all too feasible near future. Parallels in history are clearly there to see – the National Socialism of Hitler, the Communism of Stalin to name but two – showing us the absolute feasibility of such a world.
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