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Brief Notes: False Impression by Jeffrey Archer.

Brief Notes: False Impression by Jeffrey Archer.

By Obakeng Mompati Motshwakae


Jeffrey Archer remains the highest point in penmanship. To discuss his prowess in writing novels that relates and embodies pertinent challenges of our time will have to be a syndicated year long exercise.

This is a man who took me out of the abyss of boredom and despair with his passionate prison diaries; plunged me in the wonderful world of letters. Forced me to send him a letter in appreciation of his outstanding pen.  I dont think I will be any fair to the man of his stature in reviewing his books. Nevertheless here are my random thoughts on false impression:

This book narrates a story of several brave women who found themselves in the brutal art industry that has utter disregard for ethics and principle.

An industry that is driven by conspicuous consumption and vulgar wealth where canvas and oil amounts to huge sums of millions.

The author has mastered holding on to the reader from the first page to the…

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