Read The Elephant Tree Online Free - Mark Fallon is an overworked detective investigating a spate of attacks at a string of high profile city centre nightclubs. Scott is a dejected 24 year old struggling to make ends meet working for his brother and supplementing his income with a small-scale drug dealing operation. Angela is an attractive 23 year old, raised by her father, a career criminal and small time drug dealer who supplies Scott with cannabis. This is a chilling tale spanning a few months in the lives of Scott and Angela, where realizations about the present combine with shocking revelations from the past leading to an apocalyptic climax where they no longer know whom they can trust.
|Title||:||The Elephant Tree|
|Number of Pages||:||260 pages|
March 03, 2017
Criminological Thriller at its best.
One of the books I would recommend to thriller fans.
Scott, a drug dealer. Angela is a drug dealer's daughter. They want to get out of this bad-bad world.
Scott and Angela give you a great time telling their versions.
In one way, I enjoyed knowing about t...
March 02, 2011
When I was first offered The Elephant Tree for review, I didn't quite know what to think. I really liked the cover and I thought it might be interesting but that's about it. Then I started reading and it's mostly about drug dealers and that's not really up my alley given my prudish upbringing.
November 10, 2014
The Elephant Tree is a story of a man trying to escape from his own tedious life, initially seeming unconcerned by committing illegal acts, but when presented with the consequences and potential repercussions of some more serious circumstances, forced to question who he is and what he really beli...
October 01, 2010
Although this genre is not my usual cup of tea (it's sort of clubland meets gangland) I thoroughly enjoyed this book and couldn't put it down from the part where Scott and Twinkle do their job. Well worth a read!!
October 07, 2017
Small-time drug dealer with some ambition and a heart of gold (too corny?), Scott, gets himself and those around him into a bit of a rough spot (think blunt-force trauma, terminal gunshot wounds, and extreme emotional distress) when job offers start to meet up with that aforementioned, but limite...
November 23, 2010
my review here.
November 01, 2012
overated.If you were young,inexperienced,and not very worldly you would like this book. It made me laugh.Is this "Young Adult Fiction"?Be careful, there are "cannabis" sellers out there!
August 05, 2013
Easy read; full of action. However, multiple spelling errors, inconsistencies and a poor ending made this story forgettable.
January 16, 2013
The plot seemed to be thrown together in the end. The first three quarters were slow leading up the end that finally had me wanting to keep reading. Almost as if he started writing it and needed to hurry to bring it to conclusion. Maybe he hit his stride too late? There were holes in the story an...
October 04, 2012
Couldn't put this book down. Really easy read. Well crafted crime mystery novel with a raw flavor to the details that makes it all feel more real and really gets you hooked.
Loved this book so much I went on to read the author's second novel 'The Zombie Room'. Also a good read.
R.D. Ronald is kno...