Craddock's Corporeal Demise & A Plan Hatched

Joe's first novel.

Craddock's Corporeal Demise & A Plan Hatched

Postby Evil_D on Fri Jul 27, 2007 12:04 pm

I just finished the book and I thought it was absolutely brilliant.

I was just curious as to whether anyone had an thoughts on why no allusions were made as to how Craddock ultimately departed from this material world and how the plot was hatched between Craddock and Jessica Price to exact revenge on Judas?

I'm sure the unfolding of these particular events could've been turned into a novella in and of themselves and, perhaps, it was primarily done to keep the novell taught and the pace quick but I'd love to hear what you folks think as well.

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Postby KingoftheHill on Fri Jul 27, 2007 12:14 pm

Hey, welcome! Nice to meet ya!

Assuming these events are hidden somewhere in the text (I read the book pretty fast and do plan a re-read), you may be right. Joe just left things to the reader to imagine, or there just wasn't a neat place to include these details.

I don't remember pondering those questions as I read the book, but will be reading with my eyes wide open next time. There's a lot of little things I hope to pick up on.

Cheers to you!


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