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Fidel

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Sub-genres: Suspense, Adventure, Drama

Fifteen year-old Fidel runs away to the city where he falls into trouble, then falls out again and then is too busy living to notice a quiet political revolution. He and his friends fall foul of the new government and, after a series of adventures, excitements and horrifying experiences, work out how to live, what to value and how to survive during a reign of terror that it seems is not going to end. 

Copyright © 2018 Rigby Taylor; All Rights Reserved.

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Okiegrad

   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

One of the most thought-provoking stories I’ve read. The plot is fresh and intriguing, and the characters are so real you find yourself caught up in their lives and anxiously awaiting each new chapter. .  This story challenges many of the social norms and constructs and causes the reader to really ponder their beliefs and thoughts regarding life, love, and what it means to truly live.  An absolute Must Read!!

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Buddy1691

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We can see what is happening in Afghanistan so the scenario that is painted is very realistic and plausible.

The self fertilisation depicted has one flaw: essentially the same genes are replicated.

though at times the story gets almost misogynistic, as in the other stories by Rigby, overall an excellent and gripping read and very thought provoking

 

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