Drawing Down The Moon

Drawing Down The Moon When Ricky Gold met Kada as in Cicada in the middle of West Texas he was intrigued by her name her tattoo and the way an angry redneck chased her out of the bar When someone close to Kada turns up

  • Title: Drawing Down The Moon
  • Author: Joe Clifford Faust
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When Ricky Gold met Kada as in Cicada in the middle of West Texas, he was intrigued by her name, her tattoo, and the way an angry redneck chased her out of the bar When someone close to Kada turns up dead, Ricky helps her flee first from an assassin then two then every law enforcement officer in a five state area Join Ricky and Kada on this thrilling romanWhen Ricky Gold met Kada as in Cicada in the middle of West Texas, he was intrigued by her name, her tattoo, and the way an angry redneck chased her out of the bar When someone close to Kada turns up dead, Ricky helps her flee first from an assassin then two then every law enforcement officer in a five state area Join Ricky and Kada on this thrilling romantic joyride as they learn to lean on each other to survive and find some really great Chinese food

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    1. Summary: Written so well, that I forgot sometimes that it is fiction.I enjoy YA dystopian more fantasy than scifi scifi/fantasy. That is my genre.This book is not that genre. It is contemporary adult (meaning not young adult) science fiction.The literary components are more mature: there are some (view spoiler)[ sexual scenes (not too graphic) and some cussing (infrequent, but not really hard core) and some adult themes around relationship abuse/homosexuality/sexual deviancy/forced abortion, etc [...]

    2. Imagine, if you will, a modern novel come yin yang symbol -- a study in contrasts.The pace of this murder mystery plot line forces the reader’s eye across the page, but the beautifully painted descriptions and the wry humour beg to be read slowly and savoured.The feminine and masculine energies are represented in Kada, an eclectic witch from Texas, and her knight in shining armour, Richard, the doughy lapsed-Baptist weatherman from up north. They trace a journey of self-discovery and transform [...]

    3. Joe Clifford Faust's thriller of the road is freewheeling, wildly implausible, and mostly unpredictable, although I was confident at the end that the driver of the old Cadillac was going to be Kada.I was happy about that, so it worked. This isn't much of a spoiler. There's plenty that's unexpected.A cable-TV weatherman is fleeing a bad relationship. He winds up wanted for murder and almost innumerable other offensives, while fleeing for his life with a tattooed Wiccan mystic he encounters while [...]

    4. Finding a lot more than just yourselfI give this book only my 4 stars because, many will find it for be a little predictable. I think however, that it was a great book. I knew what was going to happen at times but, not how and that more than held my interest. The why's of what happened kept you reading as the author kept it just beyond understanding until the end. I read it in 2 days and really enjoyed it. This author has earned my following and I will look for more of his writing. Anyone who en [...]

    5. This book can be read in depth for a study in philosophy, religion and relationships but it's also just a fun read If that's more your style. I found myself laughing out loud throughout this book and sharing passages with my husband. There were a few editing things that could be improved but the story itself was great and I definitely recommend it.

    6. The cover made me initially think this was some sort of mystical book. In a way, it is, although the main story is about Ricky and Kada as they make their way across the U.S. to find answers to why Kada's boyfriend was murdered. However, much of their conversations revolve around relationship and various concepts of religion. Even though some of them felt a little drawn out, I enjoyed reading the story and the emotions behind it. It gives the reader plenty to think about.

    7. Ready for a road trip with a witch and a weatherman?Drawing Down the Moon depicts the journey of a Walter Mitty type cable news anchor down on luck and love. Drowning his sorrows in a honkey tonk in west Texas, he meets an alluring Wiccan practitioner named Kada. Their meeting sparks a series of events including bar fights, murder, car chases and hit men. Richard Gold has stumbled on a criminal conspiracy and a mysterious woman that will change his previously unremarkable life forever.

    8. When Ricky crosses paths with Kada in Joe Clifford Faust’s "Drawing Down The Moon", what ensues is a deliciously engrossing story that is part romantic comedy; part hybrid thriller. Faust’s engaging characters will draw you in, and the plotline will hook you. Ricky and Kada are a study in contrasts, but they come together in the most intriguing of scenarios. You’ll keep turning the pages needing to know the answer to what is perhaps the most compelling question to arise from the story…co [...]

    9. I get this from Kindle Scout. Actually the story is not bad. But, it's not great either. Just an ordinary story, with ordinary plot, ordinary conflict, and ordinary ending. To be honest, I am waiting for something big to happen, but it never happen. It was unpredictable and yet predictable. the story is a mixture of thriller and romance with the emphasis on romance. So, maybe I just read the great book but not my genre. My judgement could be bias.

    10. Ricky Gold is quite a character! It took me a while to warm up to him, but in the end I really liked him. Kada cried too much for me to really relate to her. I enjoyed all the plot twists but it was Ricky that sold me on the book. Good job, Faust!!

    11. A good read. Took me a while to like the characters, but in the end I believed in them and rooted for them.

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