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Reviewed by Astrid Iustulin for Readers' Favorite
Mark Dawson is a mechanical engineering student and also a songwriter who, during the summer, hopes to have time to promote his songs. However, things take a turn for the worse when he is hit by a car. As he lies in the street, Jeff Adkins, a deputy sheriff, notices recordings of Mark's songs on the ground next to him and steals them in hopes of using them for his gain. While Mark is in a coma, his girlfriend, Lora, spends time by his bedside singing his songs, and Jeff's girlfriend, Ruth, an RN at the hospital, monitors the situation. How will this story end? T R Comstock will reveal it to you in If Ya Wanna Know.
If Ya Wanna Know is a short but valuable story. Comstock tells an original story, which I have never heard before; how often do you read about a mechanical engineering student who is also a songwriter? In these few pages, we witness twists and turns with Mark's accident and a deputy sheriff who steals the recordings; suspense as we wonder if Mark will wake up from his coma; and above all, we are curious to find out if justice will prevail or if Jeff will get away with it. I liked that the song lyrics are included, together with the links to listen to them; it is a very unusual but enjoyable way to read and listen to a book. I recommend it to all who are inspired by out-of-the-ordinary books.