Review: Wide Asleep

Wide Asleep
Wide Asleep by Nick Nolan
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

This book honestly just left me confused and disappointed. I’d read the first two books in the series, Strings Attached and Double Bound, and quite liked them. Plus I really like Nolan’s writing style so although it had been four years since I read DB, I knew I wanted to read Wide Asleep. Unfortunately this time the book didn’t work for me at all. Whereas I’d loved the characters and general mystery involved in the previous books, this time the plot felt convoluted and all over the place with no cohesion. I wasn’t entirely sure what the point of the book was when I finished. The writing repetition was odd and not something I’m used to reading with Nolan’s work. Although I tried hard to suspend disbelief with the fairy tale connection, the ghosts and past life regression just made me sigh. Neither one adds to the story and in fact diluted the main theme of the mystery. Sadly this ended the series on a bad note for me and I struggled to force myself to finish the last third. Continue reading

Double Bound by Nick Nolan


Title: Double Bound
Author: Nick Nolan
Publisher: BookSurge Publishing
Length: Novel/340 pages
Buy the book: Amazon

Blurb:
An exclusive resort is rising on a pristine Brazilian island: lavish suites, world-class casinos, imaginative theme architecture. But most important is its elaborate security—it’s going to be the safest locale this side of the Pentagon. Because of Katharine Tyler’s investment there, her nephew […]
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