Above the Pines

Above the Pines - Robert Bradford I was given a free copy for an honest review.

This was a frustrating read. It was full of typos. ""Glared"" is not the same as ""stared."" ""Passed"" and ""past"" are different as well. This really grated on me. Sam ""glared"" at everything, when sometimes it is obvious it is ""stared.""

The story was jumbled and it was very obvious who did it. The only shocking part was the ending, when Sam outed the perpetrator.

It was very sad to see Isis struggling with her hurt. I just wish the story would be more tight and coherent.