Life Before Death
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People are always bragging about their rebel life. But, is one truly a rebel if they live within the confines of society? Has one really lived a rebel life until they have lived according to their own philosophies without caring about the conditions of the social construct? So many young men were tired of the way their lives were being directed and decided to live by their own rules. Unemployed and almost destitute, they set out to start a hash farm. They survived harsh conditions and overcame many difficulties to not only make their dreams come true but also to stay ahead of the authorities.
Life Before Death is set in the twentieth century. Matthew William Frend has expertly captured the spirit and feel of that time. He has described the characters in ways that get the reader invested in the story and even willingly joining their sojourn. This book will appeal to the part of you that just wants to be set free.
Life Before Death may be an interesting and entertaining piece of literature. However, once a layer is peeled you find therein lessons about life and living. You find lessons about friends and acquaintances. Thus it is aptly titled. It truly is a book about the journey of life between birth and death. It is a book about purpose and self-actualization. The writer narrates this story with a certain bubbly spirit. You can feel the excitement reverberate off the pages, urging you to join in on the joy. All of this while also being thought-provoking.
Matthew William Frend writing is simply executed with a sort of laid back tone. His descriptions of the scenery in the Australian countryside will thrust you right beside them with their special cookies and desire to be truly independent. This book in no way advocates for flouting the law for personal enjoyment. It does however let you see what it would be if the society lived under reasonable laws. This book is an enlightening and entertaining literary trip.
The way the author uses the English language is absolutely delightful. The style of narration is beautiful and appealing. Life Before Death was enjoyable and deeply significant.
Pages: 415 | ASIN: B0098EY7B2
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Posted on August 5, 2020, in Book Reviews, Four Stars and tagged author, book, book review, bookblogger, ebook, fantasy, fiction, goodreads, kindle, kobo, Life Before Death, literature, Matt Frend, nook, novel, occult, read, reader, reading, story, supernatural, writer, writing. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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