Friday, October 22, 2010

NEW REVIEW: Drexel M. Johnson - And Then There Were Three

And Then There Were ThreeDrexel M. Johnson -
And Then There Were Three -
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3 out of 5 books -

Enter into the world of the military, and the familiar “Don't Ask, Don't Tell” philosophy sets the tone for this book by Drexel M. Johnson. The story revolves around three characters: Clarence Hodkins, Specialist Petersen, and Malcolm Preacher. A house party goes wrong when a fellow soldier is raped. Homosexuality, secrets, lies, and deceit play out in And Then There Were Three. Friendships are tested, lovers begin to intertwine, and controversy ultimately arises.

The topic definitely peeked my interest, as I am a big fan of controversy and taboo subjects. But when reading And Then There Were Three, I found it hard to finish the novel. It has a lot of military jargon, and it was quite helpful to have a medical terminology guide to help understand some of the words being used. But the storyline dragged, and that made it hard for me to even complete the read. I definitely feel that the subject in And Then There Were Three is a must in this day and age, but some things within the storyline could have been eliminated to grab and hold the reader's interest.

Reviewed by Kristin for Urban Reviews
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