Paucity of Plot 

Despite strong characters, the journey in 'Hard to Have Heroes' is woefully discombobulated

Hard to Have Heroes is a novel with little literary merit. None of the characters have arcs, and the small amount of plot that seeps through doesn't occur until the final third of the book. Even at that late juncture, tension is…

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