Nowadays, it's not often I get so sucked into a book that I take hours off work to finish it, but that's exactly what happened when I fell into this fabulous story that spans all ages. Readers to date have been reaching for the superlatives when reviewing this enchanting parable. There is so much to like about this post-traumatic society that author, Graham J. Sharpe has conjured up, but I'm not going to spoil the plot by disclosing the whole synopsis.
No need; with Purple you'll just drop into the story, in safe hands, and find yourself laughing out loud, nodding your approval and sighing blithely as you follow the richly-painted characters on their mission.
I'll say it again: don't imagine that you are too old to enjoy this wonderful novel. Trust me; Stef wouldn't steer you wrong.
Stef indeed hasn't steered you wrong ~ Purple has been chosen as a finalist in the hotly-contested The Kindle Book Review awards for 2012! So fingers crossed that this accomplished novel takes the prize ~ but there is even more exciting news (*whistles smugly) but right now I can't disclose what is going on behind the scenes. There might just be an astounding deal struck in the months ahead, is all I'm saying for now ~ everything crossed here...
After a purple storm rampages around Planet Earth, stealing millions of people, four teenagers struggle to make it alone in London.
Drawn together by a series of bizarre coincidences, Ellie, Midge, Scott and Marty soon find themselves entangled with a bunch of interfering pensioners. Among the cast of players are camp hairdresser Mr Rupert, Pearl the loud-mouthed tea lady, and June, a psychic, who travels the world on her motorbike.
|Graham J. Sharpe|