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[H.J. Golakai] ¾ The Lazarus Effect [medieval-romance PDF] Read Online ↠´ I m still trying to figure out how I feel about this book I love crime fiction Most parts were enjoyable to read, but I missed the hard boiled style of the usual crisp crime fiction I read Maybe that s it It isn t familiar writing However, I felt like the ending, where the protagonist explains how they came to their conclusions was a bit overdone and went in circles a bit Would I read another Golakai Probably, yes.
I have read and fallen in love with it.
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,it s sad but very interesting.
The knife carved a slice off the carrot, nearly taking with it the tip of her finger.
a stunning read it s gripping and sensual in all the right places I m still trying to figure out how I feel about this book I love crime fiction Most parts were enjoyable to read, but I missed the hard boiled style of the usual crisp crime fiction I read Maybe that s it It isn t familiar writing However, I felt like the ending, where the protagonist explains how they came to their conclusions was a bit overdone and went in circles a bit Would I read another Golakai Probably, yes.
I have read and fallen in love with it.
.
,it s sad but very interesting.
The knife carved a slice off the carrot, nearly taking with it the tip of her finger.
a stunning read it s gripping and sensual in all the right places A murder mystery, which is investigated by Vee Johnson, a Liberian reporter now based in Cape Town who has real issues dealing with some hidden traumas I had no idea why a gossip mag was investigating a murder, or how someone so damaged could survive the 4 or 5 bashings which Vee experienced.
, or how the cadet Chloe was so proficient in her first day A bit far fetched with characters that did not grab me.
HJ Golakai is a highly skilled writer whose creativity and ability to bring characters to life particularly vibrant, sassy, intelligent, kickass Voinjama Johnson had me loving this debut novel We crime readers are fussy We like it dark and we like the story to develop like a perfectly knitted garment with deliberate changes in tension and no holes between the rows of pearl and plain No, I don t knit In my opinion there were problems with the plot line, however, the author s skill in other areas kept me engrossed I feel an editor could have done a better job pointing out a few author conveniences that needed elimination and discouraging dumping of the plot as the resolution unfolded.
I m all for touches of lyricism and poetry in prose and boy does Golakai deliver Her originality and use of figurative speech Voinjama Johnson Is A Woman On The Brink Of A Dark, Downward Spiral Suffering From Misfortunes Past And Present, All Vee Has Is Her Work As An Investigative Journalist To Hang On To Now Her Career, Like Her Sanity, Is Under Fire A Revenant Haunts Vee S Steps During Her Blackouts, The Ghost Of A Strange Teenage Girl In A Red Woollen Hat Keeps Reaching Out To Her Desperate For Answers, She And Her New Assistant Chl E Bishop Plunge Into The Disappearance Of Seventeen Year Old Jacqueline Paulsen As Vee And Chl E Enter The Maze Of A Case Full Of Dead Ends, The Life Of Their Intrepid Missing Girl Reveals A Family At Odds A Dead Half Brother, An Ambitious Father Running From His Past And The Two Women He Has Loved And Ruined, A Clutch Of Siblings With Lies In Their Midst How Could A Young Girl Leave Home To Play Tennis One Bright Saturday And Never Be Seen Again, And What Do The Dysfunctional Circle Of People She Knew Have To Hide Every Thread Vee Pulls In Jacqueline S Tight Weave Of Intrigue Brings Her Closer To Redemption And An Unravelling Dangerous Than She Bargained For In Compelling And Witty Prose, The Lazarus Effect Is An Evocative Tale Of The Underbelly And Otherworld Of Love, Murder And Madness In A Cape Town That Visitors Seldom See This Is An Enthralling Debut By An Exciting New Author In The World Of Crime Fiction 3.
5 rounded up This was a bit uneven but still very engaging with a strong female protagonist and sidekick Will definitely read the next book.
Vee Voijnama Johnson has a great back story Liberian, living in Cape Town after a stint in New York and with a degree from Columbia Journalism School she is one of two full time writers on the women oriented Urban magazine As the magazine s investigative journalist, however, she is frustrated by celebrity puff pieces, lifestyle expos s and the like Then, one day when she takes her best buddy s child to the clinic a very up market, still being constructed, Wellness Institute she sees a photo of teenager who has been haunting her for the last few months Vee s backstory, as it emerges in snippets and incompletely, suggests some form of PTSD her childhood did, after all coincide with Liberia s brutal civil war of the 1990s Finally, she has a name for the vision it turns out to be the illegitimate daughter of one of the WI s senior surgeons Vee fit Loved this author s first book Strong, credible characters Good, solid story Looking forward to her next book hint, hint.



HJ Golakai is a highly skilled writer whose creativity and ability to bring characters to life particularly vibrant, sassy, intelligent, kickass Voinjama Johnson had me loving this debut novel We crime readers are fussy We like it dark and we like the story to develop like a perfectly knitted garment with deliberate changes in tension and no holes between the rows of pearl and plain No, I don t knit In my opinion there were problems with the plot line, however, the author s skill in other areas kept me engrossed I feel an editor could have done a better job pointing out a few author conveniences that needed elimination and discouraging dumping of the plot as the resolution unfolded.
I m all for touches of lyricism and poetry in prose and boy does Golakai deliver Her originality and use of figurative speech A murder mystery, which is investigated by Vee Johnson, a Liberian reporter now based in Cape Town who has real issues dealing with some hidden traumas I had no idea why a gossip mag was investigating a murder, or how someone so damaged could survive the 4 or 5 bashings which Vee experienced.
, or how the cadet Chloe was so proficient in her first day A bit far fetched with characters that did not grab me.
3.
5 rounded up This was a bit uneven but still very engaging with a strong female protagonist and sidekick Will definitely read the next book.
Vee Voijnama Johnson has a great back story Liberian, living in Cape Town after a stint in New York and with a degree from Columbia Journalism School she is one of two full time writers on the women oriented Urban magazine As the magazine s investigative journalist, however, she is frustrated by celebrity puff pieces, lifestyle expos s and the like Then, one day when she takes her best buddy s child to the clinic a very up market, still being constructed, Wellness Institute she sees a photo of teenager who has been haunting her for the last few months Vee s backstory, as it emerges in snippets and incompletely, suggests some form of PTSD her childhood did, after all coincide with Liberia s brutal civil war of the 1990s Finally, she has a name for the vision it turns out to be the illegitimate daughter of one of the WI s senior surgeons Vee fit Loved this author s first book Strong, credible characters Good, solid story Looking forward to her next book hint, hint.

H.J. Golakai

[H.J. Golakai] ¾ The Lazarus Effect [medieval-romance PDF] Read Online ↠´ sustanon.pro Hawa Jande Golakai was born in Germany and hails from Liberia, where she spent a lively childhood before the 1990 civil war erupted She writes crime, speculative fiction fantasy, science fiction, horror, magical realism and is in an unhealthy relationship with all twisted tales A medical immunologist by training, she still enjoys performing autopsies and investigating peculiar medical cases in