“LI” is very, very interesting. I like the twists with how Pang and Harvey help Nigel (Michael’s grandfather) and Stan (Michael’s father) is one of the characters that you just hate and like at the same time. John is definitely a saving grace person and the way the story evolves is very good for a screenplay. It is very clear that the events in this story happen in real life.
It leaves very little to the imagination since the descriptions are graphic enough to be actually formed in your mind. It is educational and exciting and it gives the reader the sense of the “real Thailand.” The story jumps from one scene to another, much like a real screenplay would. It’s done in such a cinematic format that you can only get a little frustrated as you imagine ending the scene but it also leaves you wanting more.
Timing is very important and the timing here is impeccable. 5 stars Good job I loved it!
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