Review of ‘I Plagiarized This Book From Myself’ by Boyd Jamison

I Plagiarized This Book from MyselfI Plagiarized This Book from Myself by Boyd Jamison

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Let me first say I really wasn’t quite sure about this book in the beginning. For whatever reason, the title didn’t draw me in and I hesitated a little about reading this book. That being said, once I started reading it, I was quite intrigued.

Will, an aspiring author who has only written a page in his entire life, and works at a meaningless job to make ends meet, has his whole life turned upside down when he finds ‘the book’. This book is completely empty except for a single page, which is the exact page that he had written.

Will is mad and frustrated that someone has somehow manage to steal his one page of work. He first tries to get rid of the book, but he is unable to accomplish that task, so next he sets off to get revenge and the royalties that he is due.

As we are introduced to different characters, we start to see some connections be made. The introduction of the PI Kirk, was by far more interesting and intriguing than the main character. I really enjoyed the back story on the PI and feel his brief story has the potential for a completely different novel.

The way the story turns out, and I won’t tell you as I don’t want to spoil the ending for you, is a quite interesting turn of events. What is discovered is something that I did not see coming at all and wouldn’t have even guessed. It is not too often that I am unable to figure out the book or at least come close.

The ending left quite an opening for a continuation so it will be interesting to see if and how the book continues in a second installment.

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