Review of Wasted Life by Author Robert Enders

10 May

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This is my first review of a book. Not sure I am doing it correctly. Please leave feedback in comment section if you have suggestions for my next book review.
~~I apologize for post being a day late. I have been having technical problems with WordPress the past week and I was in horrific pain yesterday.~~

Review of Wasted Life by Robert Enders

A mix of suspense, some politics, and taboo subjects peaked my interest throughout the whole book. Each page flowed nicely into the next. I wanted to know more, to find out what is going to happen. One of the several things I enjoy in a book is if it keeps me on my toes and holds my interest.

Without giving too much away, some parts really made me think about life and how much I really love mine. One example is the “vanilla ice cream” excerpt where Evan and Jordan were having a conversation inside a coffee shop. Sorry, but if you want to know more you will have to buy the book :).

Angela seems so calm and collected as she makes her plans. Robert detailed her perfectly where it really pulled me in. I wanted to know more, keep reading. I wanted to know reasons the decision was made.

I liked how he wrote both Angela’s and Evan’s point of view in the book. He wrote them really well.

There were ONLY two issues with the book that I saw. One is some editing was overlooked, which was nothing too major. And second, I didn’t know it had some erotic scenes and profanity. I am not a prude, however, it did surprise me.

You can find Wasted Life by Robert Enders on both amazon.comand . It is a novella, about 100 pages. Due to that reason it is only available in digital format.


2 Responses to “Review of Wasted Life by Author Robert Enders”

  1. Robert Enders May 28, 2013 at 5:00 pm #

    Thank you for the interview and review! I want to point out that books aren’t rated by the MPAA, and many bestselling novels can contain profanity, sex, and violence. Young adult books and children’s books have content that is generally considered safe for kids to read. Aside from that, anything can happen in a book. With self-published fiction, you really don’t know what you are going to get!

    • Kristy J. W. May 29, 2013 at 10:34 pm #

      Thank you for clearing that up. I had no idea. I just wanted to let my followers know.
      Your book was one where I was bummed when I was finished :(. I wanted more!

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