Trenton: Past Glimpses, Present Complexities

Feb 8, 2011   //   by Rob Colding   //   Reviews  //  Comments Off on Trenton: Past Glimpses, Present Complexities

There’s a missing word that book reviewers and literary critics alike could use to describe certain books. Perhaps “impetus” would be the best choice to fill this gap. It’s the quality that forces readers to keep turning the page, reading the next page, then the next chapter. And it’s a fact that many well-written books, even those with interesting characters and complex plots, don’t have impetus. [Joplin Independent]

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