The Good Servant by Doug Lucas ~ Review by Jen Lynn
Some people live their lives as open books, never a secret to be kept. But others live their lives only giving information that is relevant or not harmful. This is the case of Elijah B. Connors in “The Good Servant” by Doug Lucas. Eli is a man with a very distinct series of events you led him to become the man he is, has found himself on his death bed. He decides it is now time for his family to know who he is, the good the bad and the ugly. This book is well written, it tends to be slow at times but is never the less a good read. Upon finishing the book I determined that the slow spots provided details to the story that would have made it lacking otherwise. I believe many people could relate as we all have a grandpa, father or uncle who seems to be mystery to us. And this story may provide some insight as to why. I give this book 4 flowers.