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The Very Black by Dean Evans

In "The Very Black" by Dean Evans, readers are drawn into a dark and gripping tale of mystery and intrigue that will keep them guessing until the very end. With its compelling narrative and well-crafted characters, this novel delivers an unforgettable reading experience.

Set in a small town shrouded in secrets, the story follows protagonist Alex Wagner, a troubled journalist who becomes entangled in a web of corruption and violence. Evans skillfully weaves together various plotlines, creating a complex tapestry of interconnected stories that gradually unfold.

One of the book's strengths lies in its character development. Alex Wagner is a flawed yet relatable protagonist, driven by a compelling mix of determination and vulnerability. As readers delve into his psyche, they are given insight into his inner struggles, making his journey all the more engaging. The supporting cast is equally well-drawn, with each character bringing a unique perspective to the narrative.

The plot moves at a brisk pace, combining heart-pounding action sequences with moments of introspection and reflection. Evans masterfully controls the narrative tension, expertly building suspense and keeping readers on the edge of their seats. The author's attention to detail and ability to create atmospheric settings draw readers into the story's world, making it come alive on the pages.

What sets "The Very Black" apart is its exploration of complex themes. The novel delves into the darker side of human nature, exploring topics such as power, corruption, and the lengths people will go to protect their secrets. Throughout the book, Evans poses thought-provoking questions about morality and the nature of truth, leaving readers with much to ponder.

While the book is undoubtedly captivating, it does have a few minor shortcomings. The pacing occasionally feels rushed, with certain plot threads resolved too quickly, leaving readers craving more development and deeper exploration.

Despite these small flaws, "The Very Black" remains an enthralling read that will appeal to fans of suspenseful mysteries. With its well-crafted characters, thrilling plot, and thought-provoking themes, this novel leaves a lasting impression. Dean Evans proves himself to be a talented author, and I eagerly await his next work.

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This etext was produced from Fantastic Universe Aug Sept 1953. Extensive research did not uncover any evidence that the U.S. copyright on this publication was renewed.

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the very black

by ... Dean Evans

Jet test pilots and love do not mix too happily as a rule especially with a ninth dimensional alter ego messing the whole act.

There was nothing peculiar about that certain night I suppose except to me personally. A little earlier in the evening I'd walked out on the Doll, Margie Hayman and a man doesn't do that and cheer over it. Not if he's in love with the Doll he doesn't not this doll. If you've ever seen her you'll give the nod on that.

The trouble had been Air Force's new triangular ship the new saucer. Not radio controlled, this one this one was to carry a real live pilot. At least that's what the doll's father, who was Chief Engineer at Airtech, Inc... Continue reading book >>

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