The Broken Man By Josephine Cox- Novel Review

13th January 2017
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The Broken Man By Josephine Cox

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About The Author

The author of the novel The Broken Man is Josephine Cox also known as Jo Cox. She was born in the county of Lancashire in the United Kingdom. Her novels are best sellers and she has written over 50 novels.

Story Line Of The Novel

The novel The Broken Man tells a story about a young boy called Adam Carter. He lives with his lovely mother and his father.

His father is a very abusive husband to his mother and not kind to him. Sadly one day the abuse went too far and he killed Adams’ mother.

On his arrival from school, Adam saw the tragedy of his mother and his world changed forever. Adam managed to seek comfort with Phil Wallis who was the school bus driver at his school.

After the death of his mother, Adam’s father disappeared and he was left on his own.

He was taken into care and lived in different homes. He found it difficult to settle in any of the homes. Will he ever live a better life?

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What I Thought About This Novel

This is a hard to put down novel a page turner. It was a good read and is well written. It’s easy to follow the story line.

I really liked the wonderful characters in the novel especially Adam. The characters were very real and believable.

The novel highlights many aspects which are seen in many some home today which include domestic violence and child abuse.

This book show who domestic violence can end up as a murder. Suffering in silence can cost someone’s death.

This novel is quite emotional however I thought that the book was rushed at the end.

Recommendations

I highly recommend this novel to older teenagers and adults. If you like Jo Cox novels you will definitely like this one.

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