Friday, June 21, 2013

The marathon officially begins, or Our First Review

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5.0 out of 5 stars Drastic measures June 21, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition
Reading the novella, Stop the Whistleblower, is compelling. The book is written
 like a screenplay and I'm fascinated by the no fluff writing style of Charles Deemer.

As the title suggests, the book is about a whistleblower. Ray is a white man who
 works for BeautiLine. VitaTan is a new suntan pill the company manufactures and
 according to Ray, the pill is not safe and he can prove it, and we all know what
 happens to whistleblowers.

Drastic measures are taken to keep Ray quiet - an overdose of VitaTan - and Ray
 is now a black man. Trying to convince everyone he is Ray, the white man, is where 
the story becomes full of suspense and humor. That's right, I found it to be quite 
comical at times, which makes it an entertaining read.

Experiencing life as a black man is eye-opening for Ray, his situations range from 
not being able to hail a cab, to sleeping with a black woman, to being arrested. 
This all happens while he tries to deal with a jealous half-brother and revenge
 plans for BeautiLine.

No spoilers here, you'll have to read, Stop the Whistleblower, by Charles Deemer,
 to see if Ray lives his life as a free white man or an incarcerated black man.

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