Do No Evil Review by Romuald Dzemo

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5 stars! Reviewed By Romuald Dzemo for Readers’ Favorite

Do No Evil by Harold J. Fischel is a riveting, mind-blowing story that is both convincing and incredible, well-written and utterly captivating. After his parents’ divorce, all Jason Housten wants is to succeed in his career, and this could mean bad news for the women who fall for him. A woman Jason rescued from a plane, hijacked by terrorists, begins to dream of a life with him. There is his high school sweetheart, Catherine, who’s dying for him as well. But the meeting with Kristy and her eventual love declaration will change everything. Is Jason up for the challenge?

The opening is captivating, uttering engaging, and the reader is immediately drawn in. There is a pounding at the door. Then Jason rushing out to meet Catherine in a very bad shape, telling him that her step-father was about to rape her. The reader already gets interested and wants to know what happened and what would happen next. The writing is flawless, crisp and tight, laced with vivid descriptions will undoubtedly absorb all the reader’s attention. There are very interesting and compelling dialogues, created to read naturally and to offer insights into characterization while moving the plot forward. The plot is the work of a master storyteller, with twists and surprises carefully spread over the entire story. For instance, it’s unthinkable that Jason can look at another woman after the way he is with Catherine. The conflict plays a powerful role in propelling the plot forward and it enhances the dynamics of this fast-paced story. Harold J. Fischel’s Do No Evil is a story laced with symbolism that will entertain readers greatly.

For those of you living close to Ann Arbor the book is available at Nicola’s Books, 2513 Jackson Ave. Ann Arbor.

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