Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Underdogs take on the big dogs...

Too Much Information by David Haskell 

Underdog takes on the big dogs..., September 17, 2013
Reviewed By K. Meador
Rating 3.5 stars out of 5

This is a story of an underdog fighting the big dogs in a world where civilians are hit the hardest. Rob, the lawyer, enters into a fight for survival, truth and justice for his client. With many scratches, bumps, bruises and hard earned education along the way, there will be a day in court.

With modern equipment installed, certain companies manipulate the public without their consent, knowledge or giving any reason why they were declined availability to a flight. The author takes you on a plight to right the wrong that has been done to innocent people who genuinely just want to help others by large companies and the government itself. Lawyers, late night comedy stations, and talk shows all get in on the hot subject of how much is too much information and battling for which side they believe is right.

The author has weaved a tale that is detailed and intricate to the plot. The pace moves at a comfortable rate; the writing is well done. The author did a good job on characterization. I found that some characters were just there...to be there. In my opinion they didn't really add value to the story but added length to the story. I noticed a few out of place point of view shifts and the word "lead" was used instead of "led". Sometimes, I felt, that the story itself had too many details slowing it down.

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