I’m going to admit it: I’m a darkness lover. I like to read dark, gritty, dystopian fiction that has some sort of political commentary or at least hints at one. My personal favorite is James Ellroy’s masterpiece, “The Dark Knight Returns.” I’m not going to lie. I’m not going to give a whole lot away about this book, but I can proudly say that it’s my all-time favorite.
A lot of my favorite dark fiction is set in the future, and I’ve always found that dystopian fiction really helps to explain why. It gives a lot of people an excuse to not have all the answers to their problems, and it also leaves a lot of questions unanswered. When you read a dystopian story, you can almost always figure out most of it’s answer in the end.
The premise of Dark Minds Part 2 is pretty simple. The book’s narrator is a young man with a very dark past. The book is told from his point-of-view, and as such, it isn’t very easy for him to understand. He’s a kid who has a tendency to get into trouble, and it seems that he wasn’t always such a good person.
And by the end of the book, the narrator is still in a pretty bad place. He has lost everything. It seems that his mom has been murdered, and his dad is also dead. And that isnt all. His younger brother and even his girlfriend have died. So what does he do? He runs away from his past and starts a new life on a small island.
In point of view, this is one of my favorite books in the series. It makes you think about the inner workings of the minds of everyone at once. It’s also a great read for someone who is looking to learn all about life and people.
I just finished reading the book in question. It was pretty dark, but I actually really liked it. The book tells the story of a man named Nicky who has lost it all. He thinks its all his fault, and when he’s finally given a reason to live, he begins to question his choices. In point of view, in a way, this is the book I started with. It’s about losing everything and how it affects you.
Its also a great read for someone who is looking for some good dark fiction. It’s a bit edgy in parts, but in the end I think its really good. It does a good job of showing that life is not all black and white.
A bit of a departure from the usual story I found in the book, but I think its an interesting one. There is a lot of humor in the book, and in part this is due to the author’s own struggle to deal with his own issues. Nicky finds himself in the middle of a battle of wills between Nicky’s father and his own father. There is some angst about which side the dad is on.
I do wonder if this is really a story about the author’s issues or something different. I think it is very interesting to see the relationship between Nicky’s parents, and it is also interesting to see his father’s relationship with his own father.
The book is told in Nickys point of view. As such, this part of it doesn’t really have any dialogue. It’s just the author talking for a period of time about a situation that happened. I don’t think the author intended it to be a realistic portrayal of a writer’s life.