D Smith

“The main character is reflective in the narrative and as a result, I felt I got to know her quite well, and care about what happened to her. She’s flawed, a victim of her experiences, but finds strength towards the end. There were moments that had me in tears.

“As an Englishman, I have to say Ashe was surprisingly believable. There may have been one or two incidents that had me raising my eyebrows, but on the other hand a Yorkshireman from a farming village is going to need a few qualities not common amongst his peers to be the one that makes it to Hollywood!

“It’s very much a modern day fairytale, with the wicked, the misguided and the misunderstood.”

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