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Mule Bali The Indonesian Island For Bargain Bartering, Friendly Locals And Good Times A Holiday Hotspot For Tourists Wanting To Let Go And Indulge In The Pleasures On Offer But When There Are Hundreds Of Thousands Of Tourists, There S Money To Be Made And When There S Money To Be Made, There S The Potential To Make A Fortune Even If That Fortune Is Built On Crime For One Australian Traveller, Becoming A Mule While Staying In Bali Is Worth The Cash On Offer A Few Jobs Transporting Packages Is Easy Enough But When The Packages And Pay Become Increasingly Larger, So Do The Risks It S Already Too Late For The Mule He Decided His Future When He Agreed To The Job Now The Only Decision He Has Left To Make Is How Bad His Future Will Be

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  • Paperback
  • 220 pages
  • Mule
  • S.A. Tawks
  • English
  • 08 May 2017

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10 thoughts on “Mule

  1. says:

    I thought this book might give me a different perspective on the people who become drug runners that there might be mitigating circumstances that somehow they got caught up against their wills before they realised what was happening, and perhaps it is like this for some people, but not the man in this story The picture he painted was one of laziness because he doesn t want to work honestly for money, thrill seeking because it feels good to break the law and not get caught, and denial that he I thought this book might give me a different perspective on the people who become drug runners that there might be mitigating circumstances that somehow they got caught up against their wills before they realised what was happening, and perhaps it is like this for some people, but not the man in this story The picture he painted was one of laziness because he doesn t want to work honestly for money, thrill seeking because it feels good to break the law and not get caught, and denial that he is perpetuating any sort of problem because people can make a choice to use drugs or not, he isn t forcing them to use them So I didn t really have much sympathy for him.On top of that, I didn t appreciate the frequent swearing or the graphic sex scenes.The story did interest me, and the twist at the end was clever, although it left me feeling a little unsatisfied with its resolution and I m not entirely sure why The loose ends seemed to be tied up, but it just felt a little too abrupt, I think.With thanks to the author for my copy

  2. says:

    I have mixed feelings about this book It was an interesting read for me, and wanted to keep reading on It was well written, but some of the scenes could be thought to be a little explicit Also, had difficulty in relating to the main character, who had the right personality to become an easy target I still enjoyed the book and would recommend it.

  3. says:

    book gifted by author in exchange for a review First of all, let me just start of by saying how excited this book made me A book told in Bali a place I have visited 5 times and frequent references to Perth where I have lived my whole life Never have I been able to relate to a setting as much as I have in this book And let me tell you, I loved it.This book was so good at getting you to care what happens to a drug mule, that it really surprised me I really did care what happened to the book gifted by author in exchange for a review First of all, let me just start of by saying how excited this book made me A book told in Bali a place I have visited 5 times and frequent references to Perth where I have lived my whole life Never have I been able to relate to a setting as much as I have in this book And let me tell you, I loved it.This book was so good at getting you to care what happens to a drug mule, that it really surprised me I really did care what happened to the MC, and I was freaking out the whole book about what would happen next if he got caught Aymie was easily my favourite character and every scene with her in it had me hooked She was so fun and I was really rooting for her and the MC to get togetherdespite the fact that that was irrelevant from the storyline haha I really did enjoy the scenes told in present tense and they came across so believable The inappropriate language mentioned here in the other reviews, I actually found really appropriate The MC really did sound like the average 23 year old to me, and I m glad he wasn t censored to an unrealistic level.However this book wasn t perfect and I did have a few issues with it After awhile, the drug swapping money collecting scenes did become rather repetitive I did find the whole character of Beth and her situation of not being able to get drinks smokes in a country with such poor policing on those issues too unbelievable I did also have an issue with almost every character having a dramatic death in their background This was not needed and didn t add anything to the story Overall A solid 4 stars This is a really interesting read covering a topic frequently discussed in Australian media To read this from the perspective that is usually different to the average mainstream media was really interesting to me, and I m glad I got the opportunity to read it I would definitely recommend this book, especially to the people I know in real life, as I m sure they would enjoy the familiarity of the locationnot the activities of the book just as much as I did

  4. says:

    What would you do for a thrill and some cash Mule follows the story of a man who finds himself in Bali after needing a holiday from his everyday life The choices he makes are questionable, and we get to see how those decisions play out.From page one, I was sucked into the story We have a past present POV, where we see what led up to the point the MC is at currently I really enjoyed the way it was written because I loved having the suspense of what happened and what is going to happen Also What would you do for a thrill and some cash Mule follows the story of a man who finds himself in Bali after needing a holiday from his everyday life The choices he makes are questionable, and we get to see how those decisions play out.From page one, I was sucked into the story We have a past present POV, where we see what led up to the point the MC is at currently I really enjoyed the way it was written because I loved having the suspense of what happened and what is going to happen Also, this book frequently had me laughing out loud, so that s always a plus as well Our MC was really relatable because everyone has done something for a thrill in life at one point or another, and it shows how those decisions can really take over, and you get in over your head quickly The plot was good, and I could see this actually happening to someone on a holiday in another country Due to subject matter, I would recommend this book for readers 18 I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review This in no way affected my thoughts

  5. says:

    I enjoyed this story line, it was intriguing I think there were parts I could have lived without I wish it would have beenclear that we were going back and forth between the past and present.The main character was okay, he came off as naive at times His time with Aymie was probably my favorite I liked Aymie, It was the most real to me out of the story I feel like there was a lot of literal crap talk I could have gone without but theexplicit scenes didnt bother me But holy wow t I enjoyed this story line, it was intriguing I think there were parts I could have lived without I wish it would have beenclear that we were going back and forth between the past and present.The main character was okay, he came off as naive at times His time with Aymie was probably my favorite I liked Aymie, It was the most real to me out of the story I feel like there was a lot of literal crap talk I could have gone without but theexplicit scenes didnt bother me But holy wow that ending was good but still left me wantingThis was something different to me but I enjoyed it

  6. says:

    The majority of people, when asked what they think brings the most happiness or the easiest life, will almost always say money People play the lottery for easy money, some pick their occupations by the amount their salary will one day be, and then there s those who choose easy but illegal ways to make fast, tax free money As much as I disliked the amount of foul language and certain lewd acts in this book, I actually liked other aspects of the book It was amazing to see how easily one could The majority of people, when asked what they think brings the most happiness or the easiest life, will almost always say money People play the lottery for easy money, some pick their occupations by the amount their salary will one day be, and then there s those who choose easy but illegal ways to make fast, tax free money As much as I disliked the amount of foul language and certain lewd acts in this book, I actually liked other aspects of the book It was amazing to see how easily one could approach a student, vacationer, or broke businessman and convince them to take the easy but risky road to being someone s mule My adrenaline stayed up each time there was some type of package to be delivered and then another one to pick up Imagine being in a strange country and being approached by a stranger who asks you to deliver packages for money It just seems so crazy to me Then imagine, actually saying yes to them Even crazier, right This poor guy thinks he s invincible as he takes job after job even though he s repeatedly run into problems with guns, murder, and lewd activities You d think he d straighten up and quit But nope, the money is just too good Then he finds himself caught in a do or die scenario Does he smuggle the drugs through two different airports and into another country or does he just say no and realize that there s a way out of every situation I m not a big fan of this book I guess becoming a mule just seems such a dumb thing to do.especially for someone who wasn t even forced into it because they were starving or homeless Seemed extravagantly over the top and unrealistic

  7. says:

    Mule is my second published work and my first novel my first published work being classified as a novella The novel is a stand alone story and tells the tale of a young man from Perth, Australia on holiday in Bali, Indonesia It is told from the main character s perspective as he tries to get out of Indonesia with a stomach full of condoms loaded with heroin and hopefully get back into Australia without being caught by border officials As drug trafficking is an offence punishable by death in Mule is my second published work and my first novel my first published work being classified as a novella The novel is a stand alone story and tells the tale of a young man from Perth, Australia on holiday in Bali, Indonesia It is told from the main character s perspective as he tries to get out of Indonesia with a stomach full of condoms loaded with heroin and hopefully get back into Australia without being caught by border officials As drug trafficking is an offence punishable by death in Indonesia, it is not an ideal situation for the mule The story jumps between past and present tense as the young Australian recounts how he ended up with a stomach full of heroin and reflects on his poor choices It deals with his internal struggle to do what is right and what is right for his own good Mule also deals with the themes of relapse, the concept that every choice has a consequence and the struggle of what and what not to do I was inspired to write this story after having travelled to Bali a handful of times and also by the Australians that gave their lives to be mules on the island that s a tourist hotspot For that reason, I dedicated this story to those infamous Australians harshly punished by having been sent having served time in the island s Kerobokan prison

  8. says:

    The author of this book was kind enough to send me a copy of Mule to read and review.This was a fun little tale of one guy s bad choices concerning the Balinese drug trade The story barrels along with nary a dull moment, and I always wanted to find out what happened next.The world is gritty and dirty despite its idyllic Polynesian setting, full of shady characters and their shadier business practice s The main character is likeable and relatable, even if he doesn t always make the right choi The author of this book was kind enough to send me a copy of Mule to read and review.This was a fun little tale of one guy s bad choices concerning the Balinese drug trade The story barrels along with nary a dull moment, and I always wanted to find out what happened next.The world is gritty and dirty despite its idyllic Polynesian setting, full of shady characters and their shadier business practice s The main character is likeable and relatable, even if he doesn t always make the right choices The surrounding cast all have a lot of character to them and it builds a very believable world.It takes some clever writing to make you root for a drugs mule to succeed in his drug trafficking, and it is achieved excellently here The writing is witty, fast paced and very enjoyable The story took many unexpected twists and turns and I never knew what to expect I really enjoyed this book and would definitely recommend it to friends., and I would love to readby the same author

  9. says:

    It s difficult to review a book that is written about an illegal activity This is a fictional account of how drug dealing can go very badly wrong It seems at first that the central character has struck gold and is easily able to handle the transactions that come his way but, as with everything, there comes a point where greed and stupidity kick in Rather than accept the money he s made, which could enable him to enjoy his holiday all the , he decides to join the bigger league and gets tra It s difficult to review a book that is written about an illegal activity This is a fictional account of how drug dealing can go very badly wrong It seems at first that the central character has struck gold and is easily able to handle the transactions that come his way but, as with everything, there comes a point where greed and stupidity kick in Rather than accept the money he s made, which could enable him to enjoy his holiday all the , he decides to join the bigger league and gets trapped into the one last deal the one that will change his lifewhich it does indeed change but not as anticipated The story unfolds around his circumstances during the wait at the airport for the plane home and he begins to realise just how stupid he has been If you cannot handle things like illegal drug trafficking then this is not the book for you It is a serious topic that will cause outrage among some but is worth a read as long as it isn t taken too seriously or as total truth

  10. says:

    My eReader died at page 158 of 220ish hence the 4 instead of 5, as I have no idea if the end is as good as i imagine , but here is what I thought so far Although NOT a subject matter I would usually pick to read, the story is so tangible and immediate it almost feels like a memory Crafted with witty situations but a tough subject, there is ample conversation fodder here I am not a fan of the crude moments, however in this story it is fitting and not overly gratitous Bravo The author gra My eReader died at page 158 of 220ish hence the 4 instead of 5, as I have no idea if the end is as good as i imagine , but here is what I thought so far Although NOT a subject matter I would usually pick to read, the story is so tangible and immediate it almost feels like a memory Crafted with witty situations but a tough subject, there is ample conversation fodder here I am not a fan of the crude moments, however in this story it is fitting and not overly gratitous Bravo The author graciously sent me a free copy to review

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