Friday, September 29, 2017

Review: HIDING IN THE THIRD PERSON by Phil Bradley

Ricky has worked in a insane asylum for 5 years. The job ain’t much, but as long as he can entertain himself by hearing the looney stories, then it’s too bad. He is particularly intrigued by this one looney though. His name is Mr. Rivers, a paraplegic with burn scars all over his arms and face. It all begins when Ricky stars listening to this old man.

This whole book actually centers on Mr. Rivers’ story, which I failed to see the point in. What was he talking about? It was just weird and confusing. I actually wished the story was more focused on Ricky.


My rating: 2 stars

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