In a message dated 5/4/09 12:35:09 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> I am currently in the middle of Silent Joe and am enjoying it very
> much--it's different from his usual style.
if there is a "usual" in T. Jefferson Parker's work, it's his recurring
theme of the sins of the fathers being visited upon the sons. and of the
rejuvenating affect water has on individuals
5 chapters into L.A. Outlaws, he shifts both POV and tense from 1st person
present to 3rd person past. although it's been done a lot lately by other
authors as well as him, usually the shift occurs in chapters dealing with
the antagonist. here, it's everyone else who isn't the protagonist (who's
kind of an anti-hero). seamless work
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