Review of Fools Paradise By David Russell

Fools Paradise
by David Russell

   After a few too many life stresses Jim feels the need to get away at a retreat where he hopes to find his identity.He finds a  place through an alternative, My Living, magazine.  There he meets and has a strange relationship with the housemother, Celia, who turns out to be an undercover police officer.  Each day things seem just a little more strange around the house.  And in the end, Jim ends up at the police station waiting for his Barrister to clear him, certain this is all a big mistake.

Review:  This is a short book that moves along pretty quickly.  I did feel a little lost at times.  Like maybe I wasn't understanding the words correctly or that I missed something.  The story line was good and kept me reading though.  Jim goes through so much emotionally that I felt bad for him then dealing with the people in the alternative abode was just one more challenge.  I would like to know what happens next so I guess it pulled me into the story pretty good.

theresa f

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