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Saturday, December 31, 2011

NEW REVIEW: Phillip Thomas Duck - Exit

Phillip Thomas Duck
Exit
Available Now!
3 out of 5 books


Michael Palmer is a man who can’t seem to stop having extra marital affairs. He seems to think that he is addicted to sex and is failing to control himself. But things are about to get heavy for Michael when one of his affairs spills over to his professional life. He has more than he bargained for when his life is threatened, and he finds himself on the run. Michael’s life soon spirals out of control, and he’s running out of people that he can trust.

Phillip Thomas Duck created an interesting story with Exit. This book is filled with a lot of other complex issues that’s more than just a man’s sex addiction. There’s murder and sinister plots that make this book interesting. But there was so much going on in this story that it made things confusing. There are a lot of things concerning Michael and other characters that are implied rather than spelled out specifically, which leads you to basically come up with your own conclusion by the end of the book. There’s no clear explanation as to why Michael was targeted in the plan that made him go on the run. This story was also a tad too long and could have been cut down about 200 pages considering the slow pace in which the book moved. Exit was a book that left you with more questions than answers by the end of the book.

Reviewed by Radiah Hubbert of Urban Reviews

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