Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Spoon-Fed Addiction Review



Spoon-Fed Addiction by Silvano Williams.

Spoon-Fed Addiction is a Novella.

At first I honestly didn't think I was going to like it. It started off a bit slow for me but it soon picked up. It follows the mind of Adiran a young man that's trying to figure his life out. The only thing about it being in his POV was that the narration got long at times. His train of thought rambled on and didn't really seem to be going anywhere..... At First, but it all fit together in the end.The people he comes into contact with is what makes the story interesting and really brings his character to life.

Adiran is a drug dealer that throughout the whole story is high on something, if not acid then weed, which makes his perspective on life come into more focus. His encounters with his friends is highly entertaining, comedic, vulgar and exciting at times. A true meaning of everything and everyone is connected in some way. Adiran's life is pretty good until people who he doesn't know start bugging him for drugs and then when one of his friends gets killed.

His train of thought becomes twisted and at times distorted, the things he does to find out the truth and seek revenge on the ones who wronged him and his friends is extreme in an almost primal way. When Adiran makes the journey of finding and inflicting vengeance on the killer of one of his friends, it brings a lot of truths and unexpected outcomes to the surface.

Spoon-Fed Addiction is entertaining, raw, and defintely a ride if you're willing to entangle yourself into the mind of a twisted and confused soul. Definitely a novella that you have to keep your mind open to. A book in which you have to step back to take in the full story and truely appreciate what is being thought of throught the mind of Adiran, one of the best twisted stories I've read!

Check it out for yourself! Content is Adult, contains Vulgar Language and drugs.

Melissa Silva
The Bookshelf

4 comments:

  1. Silvano!! this review is great!!:D!!!!!!!

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  2. sounds like a great read, adding this to my TBR pile

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  3. Hi Red, thank you! I hope you enjoy it. Please let me know your feedback after you read it.
    -Silvano

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