Book Review: Times Square by Rich Walls


4 disco balls

Published: March 7, 2018 by Cunning Books
Category: Novella, Fiction


And, I loved the vibe of this book.

Newly married Angie is back in NYC for the night. (She relocated to Delaware for her husband. New Yorkers understand just how nostalgic that could make a person.) She receives an anonymous letter that will send her on a scavenger hunt throughout NYC – only thing is she doesn’t really know what she is looking for. Oh, and who she thought sent the note was not whom she thought. (interesting!)

It is a short book, only 102 pages and probably best read in one or two sittings. Just like Angie, you will find yourself confused a bit when each chapter starts. Who is she thinking about, who are these people, what will she find? I only fully appreciated it once I finished: it was like “oh, I totally get it now!” And, I won’t give anything away but will just say that: I loved the ending. 

I am all about vibe and writing style and this one sucked me in. Even during those times where I was scratching my head in confusion, I kept wanting to know more. You can’t help but fall in love with all the characters. I only wish that the chapters were labeled past or present, so I knew where I was in the story in the beginning of the chapter rather than figuring it out by the end.

The book cover is sleek and eye-catching. Illustrator, Rebecca N. Johnson did a brilliant job.

New Yorkers and lovers of NYC – go out and grab this book for your library. It also makes great side/coffee table art. #booksarehomedecor

I received a copy of this book from the author for my honest review.


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