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  • The Elephant Tree

    Very good book. Twisted ending. Loved it!

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  • Couldn't put it down

    I think The Elephant Tree would make a great introductory book for someone not particularly into dark crime books as I found the writing and concepts going on pretty easy to get to grips with. It all runs along at a nice pace and has enough intrigue early on to hook you into the story. One of those books where you’re reading and when you look up at the clock you don’t realise how much time has passed. I’d definitely recommend giving it a go. I read Ronald’s other book first but I don’t think it matters what order you read them in, but I do think after reading one of them you’ll want to get started on the other right away

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  • Boring

    Boring, slow, and uneventful. I kept hoping something would happen but it was like this the whole way through.

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  • Awesome

    After reading the synopsis I was really eager to get into The Elephant Tree. The premise is a criminal and drug underworld where the protagonist, Scott, surfs around the edges before taking a step too far changing his destiny forever. We witness his struggle to deal with events as they occur, where Scott questions everything he had previously taken for granted and doesn’t know who he can trust. This is the first book I’ve read by Ronald but the setup of the books location, Garden heights, could prove an awesome backdrop for what could come in the future instalments. The writing itself is gripping, even the criminal types and the characters that stand against Scott have their own intrigue. Looking forward to Ronald’s next book.

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  • A refreshing change from the norm

    As a big fan of Bret Easton Ellis I found a lot of similarities in style and content that I could relate to, not so much setting, but the dark character types and arcs in this book. A brooding class of disillusioned young people where the bad elements from our own society have been left unchecked and spiral down shadowy roads ending up in the setting of Garden heights where The Elephant Tree is set. I didn’t initially realise the Garden Heights setting was continued into Ronald’s next book until I was told by a friend, and then I bought that one too and was really happy that I did. I read this after The Zombie Room and can’t wait for the next books by Ronald. A refreshing change from the norm.

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