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characters The Brave: A Novel ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ð [BOOKS] ✯ The Brave: A Novel By Join or create book clubs – Dcmdirect.co.uk The motto of the boarding school to which Tommy Bedford is dispatched is Fortune Favours the Brave Its 1959 and the school bristles with bullies and sadistic staff Tommy a uirkPDFEPUBsinister side of Tinseltown seeps through and Tommy and Diane soon find themselves in jeopardy Forty years on Tommy has to confront his boyhood ghosts when his own son finds himself charged with murd. Good read but the author keeps referring to Danny as a “soldier” when he is a marine If he joined the Army then the reference is correct But since he joined the Marines he needs to to be referred to as a marine not a soldier Very frustrating and confusing if you come from a military background or family

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Ndians needs all the bravery he can summon Salvation comes when his glamorous actress sister is swept off to Hollywood by one of his heroes TV cowboy Ray Montane But with the Cold War looming the The Brave. Twist ending was obvious by halfway through the book In order for a twist to work the reader has to say I was completely taken by surprise and that totally fits both at the same time Hard for any writer to deliver a twist and this one didn't BTW a woman convicted of murder first scene no spoiler would never be sent to death row for anything less than a grossly criminal one for which she denied guilt My pet peeve is a plot that rests on an unrealistic premise Don't want to elaborate for fear of spoiling; the story had some high points and you may enjoy it

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The Brave A NovelThe motto of the boarding school to which Tommy Bedford is dispatched is Fortune Favours the Brave Its and the school bristles with bullies and sadistic staff Tommy a uirky loner obsessed with cowboys and I. I have read all of this author's books and found them to be wonderful riveting and delightful reads as in I couldn't put them down This book however didn't do it for me at all The story seemed to go in fits and starts and the character development was nowhere near to the depth of his other books It took me several weeks to get through it Reflecting back on it the story could have been told in a much compelling manner as there was good subject material and potential to be a great read As written the flipping back and forth in time and the rather predictable ending left much to be desired I also intensely disliked the part where Tom's dog killed someone's cat as a means to introduce Tom to one of the other characters in the book Couldn't there have been a better way And the way both Tom and his newfound friend dismissed the cat's death because it solved a problem made it tough for me to sympathize or feel any connection with Tom after that This nugget on top of the bigger one Tom's part in his mother's death and then the biggest one his son and the atrocity he committed and got away with really turned me off In fact looking back on it I wish I hadn't finished the book at all I guess the happy ending was supposed to be that Tom and his son reconciled but they bonded over a shared history of murder without ever having had to account for their mistakes This just didn't work for me