My novel Terror Trip does not have a traditional narrative structure. It is written in an original way and is not so easy to slot into a defined genre as such. It is a very British suspense thriller which has themes surrounding the political Terror we face in the world today.
This novel is about what it’s like to live in London in the age of Terror. With its themes of Terrorism and radicalization, as well as Racism, Class-ism and Homophobia, it is pure Zeitgeist. The novel’s themes and the twists and turns of the plot only serve to reinforce this. Terror Trip tackles some very challenging problems facing the world today. That is why it’s not an easy read and also why it’s not an easy task to write an in-depth review about.
This is what a literary novel used to tackle and only rarely does any more. If you want to read something a little more challenging than the lightweight novels around now and if you like the idea of a literary suspense thriller, then give this a try.
Here are two 5 and 4 star reviews on Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com:
Top Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars A must read!!
By Selina Carr on December 17, 2015
“This is a very well written brilliantly observed book about people, and how they feel, how they behave, about their backgrounds and about society. This keeps you in suspense constantly about how the story will develop further. A great thriller and one that enables you to care a lot about the characters in it as well, making it a must read.”
4.0 out of 5 stars Ambitious effort and well done.
By Professor M. on January 31, 2016
“Interesting and insightful POV. Good story.”
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