The People of the Broken Neck MOBI Ç The People PDF

The People of the Broken Neck MOBI Ç The People PDF


  • Paperback
  • 352 pages
  • The People of the Broken Neck
  • Silas Dent Zobal
  • 08 November 2015
  • 9781609531348

10 thoughts on “The People of the Broken Neck

  1. Mary D Mary D says:

    My initial reaction when I started this book was of excitement I was reading it on my way into work and I could not wait to get back on the train at the end of day to continue on The beginning was fascinating intriguing and the writing was very descriptive a positive 3 star right out of the terminal However the book derailed in the middle and in the end The mystery and plot did not live up to the beginning I found it very hard to relate to the characters The ending was very disappointing However I will be looking for the growth of Silas Dent Zobal as an author I do believe his beginning writing style can be translated to the middle and end of future booksI want to thank Silas Dent Zonal for providing a copy of this book for an honest review


  2. Jessica Bronder Jessica Bronder says:

    Dominick Sawyer is a former US Army Ranger that has seen his share of war But his experiences haunt him with a severe case of PTSD leading to arguments with his wife eventually leaving Dom loves his kids and will do anything for them After a sheriff is found dead FBI agent Charlie Basin is called in to investigate and learns that Dom has taken his kids on the run What follows is a game of cat and mouse from Pennsylvania to Maine to Washington Charlie is determined to catch Dom but at the same times finds himself relating to the father protecting his children This is a touching story Dom is a soldier and suffers horribly from his time in duty He is trying his best but that doesn’t keep his whole family together It does mean that he is willing to do whatever it takes to keep his kids safe Charlie can relates to Dom since he has a daughter of his own He is having a hard time relating to her but he still would do whatever it takes to protect her tooIt is easy to get drawn into this story with the rich writing and the beautiful imagery throughout the country Both Dom and Charlie are great characters and the opposite points add depth to the storyIf you are looking for a great thriller look no further This is one book that you need to add to your shelvesI received The People of Broken Neck from Wildbound Literary PR for free This has in no way influenced my opinion of this book


  3. Beth Cook Beth Cook says:

    Beautifully written


  4. Donnajo Donnajo says:

    Needlepoint book clubNew to me author Thriller It kept me reading I wouldn't have known about this book or author if it wasn't picked for the book club


  5. Maria Maria says:

    I will need to restrain myself from buying this for every person I know


  6. Emily Emily says:

    A bit strange I found the writing to be excellent with lush descriptions and some interesting moments However I found it hard to relate to the characters and found the mystery and plot points a bit lacking


  7. Debra Debra says:

    Two men one the hunted and the other the hunter their paths will inevitably cross and lives end and change Family relationships explored and characters find themselves in each other This uote says it all Throughout our lives time wilts and curls like a cut flower


  8. Kim Alkemade Kim Alkemade says:

    It's a rare novel that combines consistently stunning literary prose with the heart stopping pace of a thriller but that's exactly what Silas Dent Zobal has accomplished here As the action zig zags from Pennsylvania to Maine to Washington State the novel evokes an American landscape that amazes with its beauty even as its enormity crushes the singular goal of the novel's protagonist a Veteran running from his violent past while keeping his two children close Exuisite sentences demanded that I stop and pay attention even as I was propelled to uickly turn pages as the action of this incredible story raced toward its inevitably tragic conclusion


  9. Beth Beth says:

    for book reading contest ok


  10. Juana G Juana G says:

    When I started this book I was excited about the story The initial set up was intriguing and the author's descriptive writing had me hooked and wanting The strong beginning didn't translate into a strong middle or end however and it was disappointingIn the middle of the book we have the introduction of a character named Elsie who seems to me like she is just a prop rather than a fully developed multi dimensional character It felt like I could take her out of the book completely and rewrite it slightly and have lost nothing in the overall arc of the story She's also written in a way that's highly sexualized in a way I found gratuitousI took a break from the book and thought I'd see it all the way through because I wanted to see how it ended and when I got to the end I thought That's it??At the end the mystery that's so expertly set up and so well crafted in the first few pages isn't solved The loose ends are not tied upThe author's descriptive writing brought inanimate objects to life and I appreciated that The use of the word and to connect a series of three things in the sentences felt really fresh in the beginning and at the end I began to feel annoyed because it was used so freuently it felt old by the 200th pageI gave this a three because of the descriptive writing and the strong beginning I think Silas Dent Zobal is an author with promise and someone I want to keep on my radar because I have faith he can produce great middles and ends as well as great beginnings in the future


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The People of the Broken Neck✅ [PDF / Epub] ☉ The People of the Broken Neck By Silas Dent Zobal ⚣ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk From the woods where he hides with his nearly grown son Clarke and his young daughter King ex Army Ranger Dominick Sawyer watches Agent Charlie Basin’s flashlight beam bounce on the walls inside his From the woods where he hides of the PDF ´ with his nearly grown son Clarke and his young daughter King ex Army Ranger Dominick Sawyer watches Agent Charlie Basin’s flashlight beam bounce on the walls inside his cabin Dom’s wife is missing His post trauma hallucinations rip at him explosively and bring him to his knees And a local deputy sheriff is dead When the FBI agents recede into the night the Sawyers begin to run across the country in stolen trucks leaving a The People PDF \ trail of blood behind them Together with a young girl they pick up on the road they hope to run until they find a peaceable place in the American NorthwestBut Agent Basin sees his own troubled family reflected in Dom’s haunted existence and his pursuit is relentlessAll any of them want is to spirit King away to someplace safeAll she wants is not to be afraid of her father and to find out why her mother disappeared.

10 thoughts on “The People of the Broken Neck

  1. Mary D Mary D says:

    My initial reaction when I started this book was of excitement I was reading it on my way into work and I could not wait to get back on the train at the end of day to continue on The beginning was fascinating intriguing and the writing was very descriptive a positive 3 star right out of the terminal However the book derailed in the middle and in the end The mystery and plot did not live up to the beginning I found it very hard to relate to the characters The ending was very disappointing However I will be looking for the growth of Silas Dent Zobal as an author I do believe his beginning writing style can be translated to the middle and end of future booksI want to thank Silas Dent Zonal for providing a copy of this book for an honest review

  2. Jessica Bronder Jessica Bronder says:

    Dominick Sawyer is a former US Army Ranger that has seen his share of war But his experiences haunt him with a severe case of PTSD leading to arguments with his wife eventually leaving Dom loves his kids and will do anything for them After a sheriff is found dead FBI agent Charlie Basin is called in to investigate and learns that Dom has taken his kids on the run What follows is a game of cat and mouse from Pennsylvania to Maine to Washington Charlie is determined to catch Dom but at the same times finds himself relating to the father protecting his children This is a touching story Dom is a soldier and suffers horribly from his time in duty He is trying his best but that doesn’t keep his whole family together It does mean that he is willing to do whatever it takes to keep his kids safe Charlie can relates to Dom since he has a daughter of his own He is having a hard time relating to her but he still would do whatever it takes to protect her tooIt is easy to get drawn into this story with the rich writing and the beautiful imagery throughout the country Both Dom and Charlie are great characters and the opposite points add depth to the storyIf you are looking for a great thriller look no further This is one book that you need to add to your shelvesI received The People of Broken Neck from Wildbound Literary PR for free This has in no way influenced my opinion of this book

  3. Beth Cook Beth Cook says:

    Beautifully written

  4. Donnajo Donnajo says:

    Needlepoint book clubNew to me author Thriller It kept me reading I wouldn't have known about this book or author if it wasn't picked for the book club

  5. Maria Maria says:

    I will need to restrain myself from buying this for every person I know

  6. Emily Emily says:

    A bit strange I found the writing to be excellent with lush descriptions and some interesting moments However I found it hard to relate to the characters and found the mystery and plot points a bit lacking

  7. Debra Debra says:

    Two men one the hunted and the other the hunter their paths will inevitably cross and lives end and change Family relationships explored and characters find themselves in each other This uote says it all Throughout our lives time wilts and curls like a cut flower

  8. Kim Alkemade Kim Alkemade says:

    It's a rare novel that combines consistently stunning literary prose with the heart stopping pace of a thriller but that's exactly what Silas Dent Zobal has accomplished here As the action zig zags from Pennsylvania to Maine to Washington State the novel evokes an American landscape that amazes with its beauty even as its enormity crushes the singular goal of the novel's protagonist a Veteran running from his violent past while keeping his two children close Exuisite sentences demanded that I stop and pay attention even as I was propelled to uickly turn pages as the action of this incredible story raced toward its inevitably tragic conclusion

  9. Beth Beth says:

    for book reading contest ok

  10. Juana G Juana G says:

    When I started this book I was excited about the story The initial set up was intriguing and the author's descriptive writing had me hooked and wanting The strong beginning didn't translate into a strong middle or end however and it was disappointingIn the middle of the book we have the introduction of a character named Elsie who seems to me like she is just a prop rather than a fully developed multi dimensional character It felt like I could take her out of the book completely and rewrite it slightly and have lost nothing in the overall arc of the story She's also written in a way that's highly sexualized in a way I found gratuitousI took a break from the book and thought I'd see it all the way through because I wanted to see how it ended and when I got to the end I thought That's it??At the end the mystery that's so expertly set up and so well crafted in the first few pages isn't solved The loose ends are not tied upThe author's descriptive writing brought inanimate objects to life and I appreciated that The use of the word and to connect a series of three things in the sentences felt really fresh in the beginning and at the end I began to feel annoyed because it was used so freuently it felt old by the 200th pageI gave this a three because of the descriptive writing and the strong beginning I think Silas Dent Zobal is an author with promise and someone I want to keep on my radar because I have faith he can produce great middles and ends as well as great beginnings in the future

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