Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Up To No Good by: Carl Weber

Up To No Good

Read from April 09 to July 19, 2011


Most of the time I would give details on physical aspects of a book, but I read this book off my e-reader. Nook format, the pages flowed nicely, no weird coding or improper formatting. This book is part of the James Black series. The book starts off with drama and ends in drama, and I like drama!

I must take my hat off to Mr. Weber. He dared to take his characters in a direction which I would have bet my last dollar that he wouldn't. Damn I would have lost! -Speaking of, which, the characters development was excellent. Sub-plots was excellent and moved the storyline very well. There was some foreseen situations (predictability) you can see coming but the writer managed to keep me glued to the pages through his style of writing and delivery of the situation.

The book ended leaving me with a lot of questions like, 'damn, what's next!' -Up to No Good, show people in their true light. The book covers situations and topics such as; Stoking, Alcohol abuse, betrayal, greed, cancer, and whoring. The book has a mature theme, yet I believe a 15/16 year old will be able to comprehend the story. The sex is safe, and the cursing is at an minimum.  

All in all it was a very good read. Thank you Mr. Weber for a job well done.  ~LW~

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

The Choir Director by: Carl Weber

The Choir Director



The gang came back to entertain me and was brilliant with doing so. I normally denotes particulars and fundamentals of the book characteristics, but I read most of this book from my e-reader. It was nice to see all the characters from the previous novels come back together in this pager tuner, and like old pros, they put on a magnificent performance. Things are not what they seem, nearly everyone is hiding behind a mask. There is so much backstabbing and secrets, can you say: "Christians behaving badly!" You may need a score card to keep up with all the players doings. Mr. Weber weaved together a storyline I think that shined better than some of his previous works. -The Choir Director comes to First Baptist Ministries as their savior, but drama follows this Fine-Sexy brother wherever he goes. At first I thought he was James Black replacement, but no he had unique problems of his own, but just like Jame Black the Choir director Simone W. was one of them. Simone... what a spoil 'B.' -The storyline moves at an easy pace at first, but 1/3 into the novel, it takes off and becomes a true page tuner. I liked every character's role except for the First Lady, she was too gullible, but maybe it's me. I can't stand a stupid woman. I think you will enjoy this dramatic twister from beginning to end.