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Monday, January 20, 2020

Tour: The Fathers, the Sons and the Anxious Ghost






The Fathers, the Sons and the Anxious Ghost by Jamie Adams
Contemporary Fiction

Three guys in their thirties have something in common. Their children all go to the same school. One day a tragic event leads to them having to deal with a lurking aftermath which draws them into each other’s lives and causes them to rethink their attitudes to just about everything.

The children tell the second part of this story, ten years after the initial events. The dust seems to have settled until one of them uncovers information that throws everything back into chaos.

The third part… well that will have to wait.




3 out of 5 fairies

The Fathers, the Sons and the Anxious Ghost is a tale in three parts. I liked hearing the story from the different perspectives, as just in real life, the story changes based on who is telling it. The plot is good, but the storytelling itself is a little choppy for me. I wish the transitions between narrators has been a little smoother, at times I had to double check who was narrating the chapter. A decent read, just needs a little polishing.  




Where to buy: Amazon, Amazon UK

Add to your TBR list: Goodreads


About the Author: Jamie is a teacher who has studied a geography degree back in the nineties because of his love of nature and the outdoors. He found environmental education especially important and soon became a teacher for the primary-age group. Jamie enjoys reading and watching all kinds of theatre productions, from high dramas to lively musicals. His love o writing shines through in everything he does.

After writing a group of short stories linked to romance, which he published as ‘Short Dates’ independently, he decided to write a novella centred around topical issues such as mental health, parenting and relationships.

You can find Jamie on Twitter, Instagram and on the web.

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