'Readers gain the benefits of a steady pace, neither too fast or wallowing-in-details slow, an impressive array of memorable characters, including a Holden Caulfield's girlfriend type character, and a winning extended metaphor with tennis... Once I picked up on what was going on though, the remainder of the book was nearly flawless. Ultimately the book speaks about the drudgery of day in, day out existence and how it can crush the most closely held beliefs and impassioned ideals, and it's done without any rancid bitterness or soppy nostalgia. Break Point walks the line between those, and this line judge cannot find fault with it.'
Paperback (Published by Skrev - out of print)
Art Work by Ann Rigby