My Life at the Bottom of the Food Chain by Rich Samuels
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I was very kindly sent a free paperback copy of this via the Good Reads First Reads Scheme.
This wasn't the longest book, with a plot full of twists and turns. However, it made for it by being an interesting read with the plot focusing on not what will happen, but how your mind can work on your worst fears to make you imagine many varied scenarios of what might happen. With a clear message that just because you assume somebody is out to get you, you should at least give them a fair hearing before you take flight.
I am always a sucker for a nerdy-quirky protagonist, so on the whole I found this to be an enjoyable read. Well written, with about two typos/grammatical errors - given there were so few I didn't bother to make a note of them.
I liked the way Rich writes, and would be more than happy to read other things by him. 4 Stars from me, I am sure you will enjoy it too.
You can get a copy HERE. The Kindle file is listed at £2.03 and the paperback for £4.75, both of which are good value for money in my humble opinion.
Published by: RLS Ventures
Number of pages: 162
Genre: Fiction, Contemporary
Reading Age: Young Adult/Adult (no sexual content)
As mentioned above, there was nothing significant enough to merit mention.