A Little Night Fishing – Book Review

Chuck Daukas, the author of A Little Night Fishing has been residing in North Carolina for the last 17 years. Presently, he is working as a dementia care specialist in North Carolina. He also has also an experience in teaching for 18 years. With a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology from University of Colorado in Denver, he excels at understanding human psychology and his writings clearly show that. He did his Bachelor’s in Creative Writing from University of Colorado and has experience in dealing with autistic patients, people with schizophrenia and other mental disorders. Presently, he lives with his three cats, one dog and a few chickens. One of his passions is fishing.

This first book by this new writer is very exciting. The story is about a hero who finds himself in the midst of difficulty and doesn’t know what to do next. It is about a security guard who barely escapes a life threatening encounter and learns about the only thing which stands as an obstacle to humanity. The fact however, is that it is nearer to us than our own selves. The understanding and insight of the protagonist in a difficult situation is what makes the book so interesting. The narration continues describing his strategy to free himself from the pain he is in.

The characters have been summed up perfectly and fit their description. The plot is full of thrill and suspense. The story flows perfectly and you won’t get bored even for a minute. The adventure, suspense and mystery keep the reader totally engaged, curious and captivated at the same time. The story is fast paced with a constant turning and uncovering of events. If you love to read horror fantasies, this book is one you definitely shouldn’t miss.

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