Correction Line #2020

Correction Line By Craig Terlson Correction Line If not for the sharp curves of prairie correction lines grid roads would converge into one point When encyclopedia salesman Roy Blake meets Lucy an ex palmist living in a secluded house he hits a d
  • Title: Correction Line
  • Author: Craig Terlson
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  • Page: 442
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Correction Line By Craig Terlson If not for the sharp curves of prairie correction lines, grid roads would converge into one point When encyclopedia salesman Roy Blake meets Lucy, an ex palmist living in a secluded house, he hits a different sort of curve After a failed sales visit, Roy returns to find the house trashed and her dog tied up in the basement Just as he discovers a shelf of glowing mason jIf not for the sharp curves of prairie correction lines, grid roads would converge into one point When encyclopedia salesman Roy Blake meets Lucy, an ex palmist living in a secluded house, he hits a different sort of curve After a failed sales visit, Roy returns to find the house trashed and her dog tied up in the basement Just as he discovers a shelf of glowing mason jars, two men carrying shotguns arrive and start smashing furniture upstairs Before the men can flush him out of the basement, a chemically induced explosion levels the house and Roy barely escapes Lucy pulls Roy into a world of bowling hustlers, Cuba loving assassins, strange healing liquids, and guys that take baseball way too seriously Curve balls meet curved roads, and Roy hits a correction line that will drive him toward a man who controls an entirely different salesforce it s clear that Terlson is way ahead of the curve in terms of crafting an engaging premise that reaches for elevated territory and reinvents enduring archetypes of action and suspense J Schoenfelder
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      Published :2020-04-27T12:47:40+00:00

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    1. Craig Terlson

      Craig Terlson Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Correction Line book, this is one of the most wanted Craig Terlson author readers around the world.

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    1. I am always a little wary when I pick up a book by a first time author you never really know what to expect I was pleasantly surprised with this little gem by Craig Terlson.Correction Line drew me in from the beginning with the eclectic mix of characters and balance of action and suspense Early on I found myself rooting for Roy, a disillusioned encyclopedia salesman, as he stumbles through a series of misadventures experiencing what he describes as apathetic bravery I felt myself caring for Lucy [...]


    2. Thriller of mind control, drugs and kidnapping centered on a mysterious, ailing figure, Dave, who controls a squad of roving henchmen, searching the vast Canadian prairie for a missing woman Writing is evocative of the prairie landscape reminds me of the writing in James Lee Burke s Montana novels with paranormal elements a la Clive Barker Recommended for fans of noir ish thrillers.


    3. My daughter told me I had to read this book because she knows the author and it was free She even downloaded the kindle app on my computer so i would read it So really expected it to be one of those things you do to please your kid with little expectations I found myself confused, filled with questions right from the start, wondering where the story was going and how things were connected The characters and places were familiar, and as the story developed and you learn you are still not able to [...]


    4. Correction Line is a smorgasbord of literary treats Terlson s writing brings up echos of Garcia Marquez and Allende I could have sworn at times I was reading a Latin American magical realism novel while creating stunning slipstream prairie prose that are all his own A refreshing genre in these ever changing literary times Terlson creates unforgettable characters in Lucy, Roy, Dave and even a dog named Delta and I cannot get Lawrence out of my head, a character with many layers and, yet, could be [...]


    5. Correction Line is a difficult book to describe It s a little like a Clive Barker book with a rural prairie setting You have the cast of an enigmatic cult like leader, the devoted hitman, the burned out encyclopedia sales man, and the woman who can make a mysterious healing liquid It has a totally unique storyline and you won t be able to predict what happens next.


    6. Loved it Instantly drawn in and had me reading when I should have been working A feast of mystery, action, and magic.


    7. I m going to start off by saying that this book does not fall within my usual genre preference, but the description looked intriguing, so I gave it a shot I was immediately pulled in by the setting and the characters and wanted to learn .The tone of the book was appropriately dark and mysterious, and held throughout My favorite part about this book was the incredibly vivid descriptions I can t state enough how amazed I was with the images the author painted This book played out in my head like a [...]


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