Monday 13 January 2014

Punk and Zen by JD Glass

Part One The ReMix (Extended DJ Cut)

Nina Boyd is remixing and remaking her life, just like any DJ or musician would. Nina doesn’t trust anyone, she currently has no lover in her life. Nina’s life is aimlessly clipping along, although she does have her dreams and her own aspirations. Love however, can wait, maybe someday, but not right now. Nina is far too busy mapping out a future for herself with her band. Right now she can offer nothing but herself and her plans. Sometimes though, this doesn’t matter to a person, it’s all they want. But Nina has to know this too. But does she?

After a bit of a slow start, the story really picked up and clipped along at a nice steady pace, making it the page turner I’ve come to expect from JD Glass’s books. As always with any JD Glass book I’ve read, the book is well written and the characters are all fully developed and multi-faceted. The story is hot, steaming hot in parts. Which is a nice bonus, but it is the story that hooked me.

This is the story of Nina’s life, hopes and love interests. There are numerous twists and turns along the way. There is love, angst and turmoil, all riveting reading. From the well written scenic descriptions it was easy to lose myself amongst the unfolding story as though I was there there with Nina and her friends.

Some may remember these characters from earlier versions of JD Glass books. They are every bit as loveable and they haven’t changed. The stories have been revised and revamped. So, if you want to revisit Nina and friends, now is a great time to do it.

I know there is another book planned, I can’t wait for it to be published.


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