Who are they: the inhabitants of the Big City? Strong individuals, pursuing their careers in the place of big hopes naive dreamers, wishing to find their happiness and contentedness, or just small working ants that are purposelessly wandering between their job locations, supermarkets, and concrete buildings in the nets of the big city which is hungrily waiting for them as a spider waits for his victim… Millionaires and waitresses, politicians and babysitters, dancers and managers- they have something in common… the City…
“Sins City Stories will fulfill your desire for drama set in the city of sin – at least, it did for me. Money, relationships and showbiz abound in these stories – and what could be more perfect for the setting?Some of these people’s lives end tragically, and some end happily ever after. But you’ll never know who’s who until you read the book. It may say something about this seedy town as to how each of these people’s lives is affected by it. One thing’s for sure – it’s entertaining as can be, and you won’t quit until the end”. – (Sam G)
All too quickly I found myself immersed into this uniquely absorbing and authentic book. Eva Goldsby draws readers into a bunch of little stories and characters studies that are a part of a larger whole, weaving a tale of emotions, drama, love, romance, pain, hope , dramas and more. – (Unknown)
There is lots of drama in this book which i LOVED and because of this i finished reading the book ( Tucker Mark)
Wow, the write is fabulous! You don’t find this kind of writing that often. I loved the mood she so perfectly set in each of the stories. Nostalgia, emotion, tragedy, all of it blended together to share a snippet of who these characters were. Honestly, I was dazzled by her writing and I definitely recommend this book. Especially if you are into artsy films and pieces that leave you wanting to know a little bit more. She gives us a snapshot and then let’s the mood linger, while we wonder what else colors outside of the lines. – (E. S. Bryant)
Ah no! I’m so disappointed to see this is the only book from this author, I enjoyed it a lot, one of the best I’ve read in this genre and gave me a perfect Sunday afternoon snuggled up on the couch with a glass of wine. Hope to see more soon! – (Ingrid)
Here’s What Several Reviewers Had To Say:
Sins City Stories will fulfill your desire for drama set in the city of sin – at least, it did for me. Money, relationships, sex, and showbiz abound in these stories – and what could be more perfect for the setting?
Some of these people’s lives end tragically, and some end happily ever after. But you’ll never know who’s who until you read the book. It may say something about this seedy town as to how each of these people’s lives is affected by it. One thing’s for sure – it’s entertaining as can be, and you won’t quit until the end.
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I really liked the characters, the plot and the author’s writing style in this book. While reading this story I could clearly see in my imagination a mental movie and this movie was really interesting and hot. These stories will totally complete your want for drama that is set to be in the city of sin. What awaits for you are about money, relationship, sex, and showbiz. This book captivated my attention from the first few pages and I was left intrigued by what would happen next. I liked how the story unfolded and enjoyed the many interesting twists. I also liked very vivid sex scenes in this book and while reading them I could feel passion of the characters. I liked this book and can certainly recommend it.
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Along with the complex issues in life, we live in confusion on the many choices we have. For instance, we have to decide whether to take risk and be successful or to live in a plain and simple life. We are often affected bu a lot of factors which could either lead us to success or failure.
The book Sins in the City has to do with one’s experience in love, family and career amd how they are dealt with. The book gives us the mind picture of how one may find success and eventually lose it. Or how one may get lost and find success. That irony. Yet this book is truly inspiring!