Book Review. East Wind by Jack Eason.

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Jack Eason writes fast, enthralling stories, this is another of those.

Here’s the Blurb.

A long short story about four differing aspects of love, the last being the love that shall not speak its name.

Find out more about Jack on his website.

and take a look at the book here,

My Review.

I’ve read many of Jack’s Science Fiction adventures, with their realistic use of technology, superb plotting and jaw-dropping ideas. This tale is more of the here and now, drawing on his life as a seafarer, East Wind shows his love of the world and his deep knowledge of human relationships.

East Wind is a love story, initially between a man and his boat, then about a man and a woman and eventually a story of acceptance with a sympathetic and moving portrayal of a transgender relationship. There’s triumph and tragedy in these pages, all told at an energetic pace.

Moving from the waters of Europe to the ancient lands of the Mediterranean, via the wilds of Cape Horn and the intrigues of the South China sea, this story will make you think again about the truth that love can overcome all prejudice and rise above it.

If I had one complaint, it was that the story was over far too soon.


Four stars from me.

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