Another great review of The Avenue

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Pooja rated a book FIVE STARS in Goodreads 04/03/2017

it was amazing. There are no adjectives enough to show my love for this one!

The Avenue – *Claps for you.*

This was by far one of the best drama book I read since ages. Where should I start describing how entertained I felt while reading it? Let me decide.

Characters and Plot :

Francis Copeland, profession librarian, talks to the kids in his neighborhood and is deeply frustrated with the intervention of her wife’s friend in their personal life. That’s how his description will go.
Her wife is totally amusing. She has the plethora of exasperation and bitterness for his husband and the why and how of it – that we don’t know yet.

The common friend I talked about, she is the ultimate piece of enjoyment. Her only task is to keep providing her divine involvement in this couple’s life. But this couple have seen half of life together. At least enough of life to be bored and used to each other complaints and style of living. So if any outsider tries to superimpose herself/himself on them, they have no objection to that.

Writing Style :

I have been searching for something as amusing as this with a classic touch in it and The Avenue provided me just that. Every single word and line is amazingly written. His writing style is appealing and keeps you mesmerized. I was absolutely in the mood of reading a book like this and it did wonders to my mood.

If you’re looking for something witty, convoluted lives and society with superb narration, get your hands on this one. I highly recommend James Lawless’ books to you.

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About James Lawless

Irish novelist, poet and short story writer.

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