46% Better Than Dave By: Alastair Puddick

46 better than dave

A novel of jealousy, muddy shoes and giant barbecues.

Dave Brookman’s new next-door neighbour is ruining his life. Because in a bizarre coincidence, he’s also called Dave Brookman, he’s the same age and he even grew up in the same town. There is one big difference, though. This new Dave is vastly more successful in every way.

As Dave starts questioning everything about himself, suddenly his perfect life seems a lot less than perfect. And what starts as friendly rivalry soon turns into obsessive jealousy and crazy behaviour that could see Dave lose it all. Can he get a grip before it’s too late?

46% Better Than Dave Cover (2)

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  • File Size:476 KB
  • Print Length:244 pages
  • Publisher:Raven Crest Books (October 15, 2019)
  • Publication Date:October 15, 2019

About Alastair Puddick

Alastair Puddick is a writer and editor who has spent the past 20 years writing for a variety of magazines and websites. His work has spanned many different paths, from jetting off to exciting cities across the world to writing about dating advice, data centres, facilities management and the exciting world of flooring. He also once wrote an agony advice column posing as Elvis Presley’s ghost.

Alastair still works as a copywriter and lives in Sussex with his wife Laura and cat George. He has written three novels: The Unexpected Vacation of George Thring, Killing Dylan and his newest book, 46% Better Than Dave.

My Review:

This is my fist book of this Author.  I downloaded to my iPad, and the font was so small that I had a hard time reading it.

This book centers around Dave Bookman and his new neighbors, aptly named Dave Bookman.

There were parts that I felt dragged a bit, at times too many times for my comfort.

The writing itself was good. The story was fine. This just wasn’t for me.

Thank you to Loves Books Group Tours and Publishers for the opportunity to participate in this blog tour.

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