Book Review: One Voice Too Many by: Paul Martin Midden



Publish Date:
July 1, 2011

From Publisher for Review

Trade Paperback

Do we really know each other? Jeremy Walker seemed like a decent human being: hardworking, independent, intelligent. But he has a past that he can not quite shake and a terrible secret that only he knew. Despite a history of rocky relationships, he was determined to make a success of his relationship with Macy, an attractive woman who was similarly smart and independent. Will he succeed? The obstacles loom large.

Review: Jeremy Walker is a troubled man, who is trying to overcome his past. One day during a traffic jam, he pulls a Michael Douglas (in Falling Down) and just walks away from his truck. He ends up at a diner and after ordering his meal, starts wailing hysterically. Dealing with this psychotic break is difficult for Jeremy and his now ex-wife Macy. The ‘Voice’, the only constant in Jeremy’s life, grips even tighter and is controlling his life from the inside. Will this breakdown lead to a second chance for healing and happiness?

One Voice Too Many is a very intense and interesting story. It can be a bit difficult to understand at times, but well worth the time it takes to decipher what the underlying issues are. This is Jeremy’s story, but it is given richer depth by contributions from Macy, Taylor, ‘The Voice’, and other secondary characters.

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  2. One Voice Too Many was a very difficult book to understand.


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