|Title||:||The Story of Joe Brown|
|Number of Pages||:||82|
The Story of Joe Brown Reviews
These "Open Door" books are primarily aimed at those struggling with literacy with the aim of encouraging them to read. To this end they have specific guidelines to adhere to which are & I quote a discernible plot; a few, well-developed characters; simple language with the occasional challenging word; and short chapters, to create the feel and structure of "regular" novels. All the texts are 10,000 words or less and sentences are kept short."Well whoever they are aimed at I haven't read a du [...]
A book with very interesting plot. It started with a man who want to forget about all his past but unluckily find a woman who will turn his will upside-down. The plot is interesting since it go forward until he meets his landlady and then going backward after he met the landlady husband's friends. It cannot be guessed until it reach near the ending part what past experience that actually Joe Brown want to hid. It ended unexpectedly. Good book for a short storied book which I finished in 30-minut [...]
A short story (80 pages)which begins with a man getting out of prison finding a room to rent with a woman and her young daughter but then her husband (a criminal) is due to come home. But it is not as simple as that as there is a twist and then another twist.
This was a quick little novel with enough drama and mystery to entertain you while reading it. It would be nice to have a second part to the novel due to the ending.