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Book of Days: Book #5 of the JP Kinkaid Chronicles Paperback – Import, 15 Sep 2011
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J.P. Kinkaid remains a favorite series for various reasons.
* Reading these books is like a backstage pass. On one hand I bemoan that I can't really hear Blacklight, but then, I absolutely know what Liplock and Remember Me sound like. I can see the staging of the Book of Days tour. Honestly any rendition would be second best. I cannot think of any other books where specific guitars make credible characters. Deborah's own musicianship and background show in her writing.
* J.P. is an incredibly sexy, sympathetic character who maybe not coincidentally reminds me of my husband (who only lacks Blacklight and the health issues.) The first person narration takes you into his mind, reminding us that superstars are people first, with ego and talent of course, but also insecurities and foibles. The secondary characters are equally well drawn, not your cardboard celebrity magazine rockers.
* I appreciate from my own experience how Ms Grabien weaves chronic illness into a full "normal" life in these tales.
1. The man himself: JP Kinkaid. Talented, sexy, brilliant...and like all interesting human beings, flawed.
2. Grabien's luscious prose: descriptions that jump off the page and grab you by the throat, dialog that crackles. If you're a fan of good writing, the JP Kinkaid Chronicles are for you.
3. An exciting plot, with all the requisite twists and turns that make a mystery fun to read.
4. A peek into the world of rock and roll, so evocative that it could only have been penned by someone who's lived it firsthand.
5. Did I already say JP Kinkaid? I'll say it again...but really, it's all of Grabien's characters that make these books so compelling.
Now go ahead and get your Kinkaid on! You won't be disappointed.