Review: Marcel Proust in Taos by Jon Foyt

Posted: November 14, 2013 in New Adult, Reviews
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Author:  Mark McClelland

Paperback, 203 pages

Published in 2013 by CreateSpace

Reader Category:  Adult

Synopsis:   A Los Alamos physicist, Christopher, retires to Taos, New Mexico to write a novel about nuclear terrorism. There he meets aspiring artist Marlene, and the two fall in love. Together they open a microbrewery and find themselves confronting terrorism of a new sort—in unmapped emotional territory.

My Review: While enjoyable to read, the story zipped along a little too fast for me.  I felt that the relationship between Christopher and Marlene was rushed and needed more development.  Christopher tolerated a lot and forgave easily, where many men would have walked away.

All in all the book was entertaining, just needed a little more oomph!

Disclaimer:  I received this book from the author free of charge in exchange for an honest review.

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