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WILD MOVE: THE LAST MOVE, By

WILD MOVE: THE LAST MOVE, By

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Wild Move” by Ofidi Benjamin is an intriguing art submission that focuses on the extra ordinary lives and exploits of the main characters. Having served for many years with distinction as an arbiter of the law, “Antonio” is thought to be either dead or in a near zombie-like state due to an unrelenting force known as “The Night” In his stead, “Oscar Mayors” learns of Antonio’s true plight and hopes to harness his own pastoral teachings to bring deliverance to this lost soul while forestalling his own demise. Finding themselves in the unusual position of being brothers in arms, they combined to offer staunch, spiritual resistance. From this foundation, the author creates a riveting saga.
Composed in a captivating narrative and compelling dialogue, the story flows at a brisk tempo. The plot contains more than a few strategically placed, unexpected twists that should maintain the viewer’s interest throughout. The characters are developed and presented in a multi-dimensional fashion revealing the intricacies of their unique personalities and individual agendas. In addition, the author effectively manages to avoid artificially padding the work with superfluous material and unnecessary characters thereby keeping the focus directed towards the primary storyline. Navigating the plot to a well-conceived and logical conclusion, the author could leave the audience with sense of time well invested in the viewing of this story.
Ofidi Benjamin’s highly creative style of writing combined with a keen attention to details could further enhance the appeal of this work.
AS REVIEWED BY JEAN WAHLBORG. Editorial Coordinator. Dorrancepublishing.
Wild Move” by Ofidi Benjamin is an intriguing art submission that focuses on the extra ordinary lives and exploits of the main characters. Having served for many years with distinction as an arbiter of the law, “Antonio” is thought to be either dead or in a near zombie-like state due to an unrelenting force known as “The Night” In his stead, “Oscar Mayors” learns of Antonio’s true plight and hopes to harness his own pastoral teachings to bring deliverance to this lost soul while forestalling his own demise. Finding themselves in the unusual position of being brothers in arms, they combined to offer staunch, spiritual resistance. From this foundation, the author creates a riveting saga.
Composed in a captivating narrative and compelling dialogue, the story flows at a brisk tempo. The plot contains more than a few strategically placed, unexpected twists that should maintain the viewer’s interest throughout. The characters are developed and presented in a multi-dimensional fashion revealing the intricacies of their unique personalities and individual agendas. In addition, the author effectively manages to avoid artificially padding the work with superfluous material and unnecessary characters thereby keeping the focus directed towards the primary storyline. Navigating the plot to a well-conceived and logical conclusion, the author could leave the audience with sense of time well invested in the viewing of this story.
Ofidi Benjamin’s highly creative style of writing combined with a keen attention to details could further enhance the appeal of this work.
AS REVIEWED BY JEAN WAHLBORG. Editorial Coordinator. Dorrancepublishing.

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Publish date: Jun 14, 2013
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