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The Last Goodbye

by Reed Arvin

The Last Goodbye by Reed Arvin X
The Last Goodbye by Reed Arvin
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  • First Published:
    Feb 2004, 352 pages
    Paperback:
    Jun 2005, 400 pages

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Riveting airplane read, but sloppily written. The plot inconsistencies, danglers, repetitiveness, bad punctuation, and awkward sentences make the reader wonder if Harper-Collins skipped the copy-editing process altogether. There's a lot of popular fiction like this out there, but "The Last Goodbye" has been promoted (and reviewed) as a LITERARY thriller. Entertaining? Yes. Well-written? Uh-uh.
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