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Apolo Drakuvich kindle ´ Kindle Edition read ✓ g.w. jefferies ì GW Jefferies' Apolo Drakuvich captures the life of a petty criminal on a strange ride ranging from bizarre and senseless to utterly tragic Revolving around parasitic journalism media and government corruption and a ruthless conniving judgeEre he goes As an offender Apolo discusses pertinent issues of today's society where it is next to impossible for offenders to live normal lives despite the desire to do so Essentially law enforcement and authorities seem to systematically destroy the offender by placing constraints on the offender such as restrictions on where to live GPS monitoring registering as offenders on websites and Apolo Drakuvich is a microcosm of numerous real life issues encompassing the wild the bizarre and the tragi Odd

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Is like no other Within all the madness that so epitomizes the life of Apolo GW Jeffries presents a life of regret in epic proportions Sitting in a jail cell Apolo reflects One thing is for sure I let it all slip awayso many opportunities lost Apolo sadly examines the events and decisions of his life and the paths he took and should have taken Apolo seeks peace of mind and justice but flashbacks of his past continuously haunt him; over he seems to be victimized by a corrupt justice system everywh I didn't dislike this book but I certainly didn't like it either It was interesting most definitely and a few sections make it worth a uick read that's all this book really is anyway It's nothing too long If you can find a free or cheap copy of it somewhere give it a shot Otherwise it looks at thought the editor couldn't find it in themselves to finish reading the draft and uite frankly I cannot say I completely blame them

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Apolo DrakuvichGW Jefferies' Apolo Drakuvich captures the life of a petty criminal on a strange ride ranging from bizarre and senseless to utterly tragic Revolving around parasitic journalism media and government corruption and a ruthless conniving judge who milks the citizens out of millions of dollars Apolo Drakuvich can be described as a compilation of untamed and sheer madness captivating the readers' attention from beginning to end With its raw descriptions penetrating dialogue and crisp writing this book First things first I didn't dislike this book but I'm not really sure I liked it either It's not a long story I've just read it in around two hours and I was captivated but not necessarily fulfilledMy copy was purchased from whilst it was listed as free simply because the synopsis sounded interesting and it had 7 five star reviews However with the best will in the world i can't give this five stars there were a few basic grammatical errors and a number of formatting issues which would have really annoyed me if I had paid good money for this While my own grammar is not perfect and my spelling is often appalling I firmly belive that if you are trying to sell a book one error may creep in and be permissible but any shows a lack of care These errors always stand out to me and if it interrupts the flow of the story it is not going to help sell a book especially when it's written as an internal monologueWe spend the story inside Apolo's head listening to his stream of consciousness and of course hearing his opinions it was this conversational tone that pulled me through the story as I couldn't follow the timeline at all There were some obvious flashbacks to his school days but the rest was hard to distinguish as current or recent past As a result of this I found it difficult to follow Apolo's point at times but this could have been the author's intention as how may of us actually make sense in our headsApolo is not a reliable narrator everything we are told is filtered through his perception and he seems to be very paranoid so perhaps we can't believe everything we are told He does make some perceptive comments regarding society but his interactions with that society seem flawed and we never really learn much about him other than he's bit scrawny got bullied a lot at school and is rubbish with the girlsIt's an interesting read in some respects but I think it could have been a stronger book with a bit revision there almost seemed to be a hint of Apolo being stuck in limbo in purgatory but it wasn't developed enough for me to really grasp and the ending seemed rushed and was to me somewhat anti climaticWhile the story didn't uite live up to my expectations based on the synopsis those elements are there and it's not bad if you are willing to let it draw you in whilst I don't regret reading it i doubt it'll be re read anytime soon