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Sons of Zadok (A Charlotte Ansari Thriller Book 2) Kindle Edition
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The author has many colorful characters involved, yet handles his flashbacks and plot extensions well. There are a couple of surprising events that are unexpected and the only criticism I have of the book is the last two or three pages, which I assume is because it may be a cliff hanger. I think that all readers who enjoy thrillers, mysteries and great use of the imagination when converting facts into fiction will truly enjoy this. I did and I recommend it.
Warning! Spoiler alert!
The book would definitely benefit someone who could sit down and read the whole thing in one shot due to the massive number of characters within coupled with the Rubik 's Cube-like lineage jigsaw puzzle. Every time I put the book down and then picked it up a day or so later I had to remember who was whose daughter, son, grandmother, grandfather, etc. I guess if I had anything bad to say about the book then that would be it.
I did wince when it was revealed that the main character, Charlotte Ansari, had fallen in love with a man (and shared a romantic kiss) who turned out to be her half brother! Although I suppose if you believe that we are all descendents of a single man and woman then I guess we're all practicing some form of incest. The revelation was still strange and kind of awkward.
There is no shortage of action but having the army of characters constantly escape death by a hair grows old after the first half dozen times.
All in all, though, a great read! Very sophisticated and sometimes confusing but I would recommend it!
Some great character development.
Non stop action.
Some unexpected plot twists.
Some character development shallow.
Action bounced around so much it was difficult to keep up with some characters.
I recommend TSoZ and would look forward to reading a sequel.
Thank you Mr. Lindberg!