Friday, April 8, 2011

Review: The Life O'Reilly by Brian Cohen

Goodreads: On the outside, Nick O'Reilly has it all: a high-flying legal career, as a partner at an elite Wall Street law firm, and financial security, with an apartment overlooking Central Park. Having grown up in a working-class family, as far as back as Nick can remember this was his dream. But at the age of thirty-six, after several years of sacrificing his personal life for professional gain, Nick has started to ponder his future and consider the mark he wants to leave on society both professionally and personally - his legacy.

Kritters Thoughts: The Life O'Reilly is a must read and I will be anxiously awaiting a second novel from Brian Cohen. A wonderful read that I finished in under 24 hours. A story full of love, real life and heartache - it made me think what I hold close to my heart and where I put my priorities.

It was refreshing to read a book that was written by and about a man. I read so many books where the females are the central characters and I was reminded that it is nice to flip the page and hear a story from the male point of view. I loved reading the feelings and emotions that a man feels for a woman.

A great read that I would recommend to readers who love a sweet story.
Rating: absolutely loved it and want a sequel

Pages: 276

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1 comment :

  1. I am embarrassed to say I forgot I have this one for review, ugggh.

    What a wonderful review, thanks for the reminder and now I look forward to reading it.


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