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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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In our story, we are introduced to Clay and Madeline, a couple who is testing out a “trial separation” by Madeline moving across the country to Boston. Meanwhile, Clays Firm undergoes a costly and crippling litigation process. When the world stops, Clay makes it his mission to find Madeline and so he bicycles along the nation’s highways and through nature to try and reach her. He meets many colorful and some dangerous characters along the way. And one encounter that will ultimately decide the fate of the nation. A great, spellbinding page-turner!
I love the authors writing style. He holds your attention from start to finish. You absolutely do not want to put this novel down. It is very detailed, very descriptive. He almost takes you to the scene, where you can fully understand what is going on and experience what the character is really feeling. We travel with Clay and watch him overcome each obstacle while rooting for him to succeed. Somehow his success means that our reality has some hope too.
A great book with a great ending. Keep them coming Jeffrey Anderson.
The storyline was creative, enough to impress me and made me believe that the author has a lot of potentials. If I am only the kind of person whose interest lies in this genre, then this would be a perfect novel for me to read. However, I really don’t care much about government problems and economic crisis so in some parts, I was bored. Nevertheless, I had fun reading this thanks to the author’s sense of humor and superb writing style. I believe this book would appeal more to the people who love to read about this genre.
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I like the premise of this book but actually reading it reminds me of a hardy boys adventure with a libertarian rant.Read more