EP Review – You Ruined New York City For Me by F Fletcher
Have you read my New York City eBook by David Fletcher called “The Road to Riches with a Twist?” If you have not, let me tell you why you should and why you did not. Read this book review before you decide to judge this book by another author.
First of all, I am not going to name the author here. Some of you might know him better. The title of the book is “The Road to Riches with a Twist.” I learned a lot of things from this book, and some of the things that I learned are things that I want to pass on to other people. I am glad that I discovered this book before reading many other books by other authors. If you have not read this particular one, I encourage you to get to it now.
In this New York City eBook by David Fletcher, the story begins in a small Midwestern town. David is an alcoholic who works as a bartender in the bar down the street. One night a customer comes into the bar and asks for a whiskey. A friend of David’s arrives a bit late, so David buys him a drink while he chats with the customer.
As the night goes on David starts getting drunk, and the friend decides he needs to go home. After drinking again David gets blackout drunk and is walking down the street when his car hits a cow. He is unconscious when he crashes into the cow. His friend comes to help him, but when they get up they find him unconscious in the floor bleeding from the head. They rush him to an ambulance and take him to the hospital.
The ep tells the story in two acts. First, David gets drunk and loses his memory in the car crash. Then he is walking down the street when his friend takes him to see the stars. While he is waiting for his friend, he overhears two men having a conversation about how David ruined New York City for them. The next morning he is in the hospital, confused and angry at himself for ruining the city. As the story ends he is trying to figure out what happened so he can make things better for himself and his friends.
This book is fast paced and it got me hooked right away. I kept thinking about the two guys in the story and how they connected with each other so quickly. This was a fast paced adventure that kept me interested from start to finish. I also really liked the way you kept your fingers crossed for David and his friend. It was a small story short on character, but the end result was very satisfying.
The main character in this story is David. He is a thirty-something year old ex-cop who has been laid off from his job. He lives in a small house with no furniture and no other family members around except for him and his dog. A short story, but a very entertaining one as it quickly made me feel like I had seen this happening before.
This was a very short book, but a very entertaining one. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll get angry, and you’ll feel all emotions from this book. If you are looking for a good New York City novel, this is a great pick. For anyone looking for a short book that has lots of entertainment, then this is a great pick. If you have not read any of Fletcher’s prior work, then this is a must read and I would recommend it to anyone who likes short books with lots of action.