James Blakley's THE STEEL DEAL Shows That Not All Deals Are Worth Making
Apr 24, 2012
We've all been there: been presented with something that seems too good to be true, yet we override the voices in our head and our heart and go from it, never really prepared for what awaits us. This is exactly what happens with James Blakley's character Sonny Busco in THE STEEL DEAL. He is at a place in his life where something comes his way that he really should refuse, but the man that he is won't allow him to...and this is when things really get interesting.
What I think is so great about THE STEEL DEAL is how the reader is able to enjoy the journey of Busco along with him, because it is presented in his voice. We are able to reason along with him and second-guess his decisions as well as experience his adventures.
This is a story that takes a man intent on completing an assignment to a place where he is fighting for his very life. What a decision he has made! Who would have known that one choice could have set off the chain of events that follow. It is this chain of events that will keep readers waiting to see what happens next as they go from page to page, chapter to chapter into the surprising end.
Written in such a way that it will have us guessing where the author will take us next, THE STEEL DEAL shows that not all deals are really worth making.
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Cyrus Webb (Cyrus_Webb)
I am the President of Conversations Book Club, host of Conversations LIVE Radio and the Take Time To Read Literacy Campaign. Information can be found at www.conversationsmag.com.