Review: Disclosure by Dr Graham Clingbine



Publisher: Troubador

Publishing Date:

ISBN: 9781784625900

Genre: SciFi

Rating: 1.0/5


Publishers Description: Disclosure traces the life of Kevin Powell from the age of eight when he is living with his mum Sylvie. He undergoes a number of strange experiences that his young mind cannot interpret and that he assumes are a normal part of growing up. As a teenager, Kevin supports his mum when she falls ill and requires surgery to remove a mysterious object of unknown origin and function.

Review: This was extremely tedious to read. It follows the English (UK) style of writing: kill the storyline with unrelated dialogue and happenstance in order to fulfill a backstory requirement. In the beginning we go from a door handle turning in a boys room to page after page of backstory in the form of limited third person narrative. The storyline never unfolds into anything revelatory about aliens/abductions/implants than what we already know. Its about the boring life of a boy with some portals, memory gaps, implants and aliens thrown in with endless narrative dialogue.



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