Chasing Pigeons by Rechell McDonald
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
The one thing my book club members and I agree about most self-published books is the lack of description. Just as one would expect it on a paperback cover, ebooks need it too. If you have written a novel, what's a few more words for a description. Yes, I am ranting but time and again, the book club is given books that offer no clue about genre, characters or plot. And in this case, the description doesn't at all prepare you for the story you are about to read.
As Tripoli comes to terms with her new assignment, she soon discovers that her current situation is different than most. Tripoli is written in such a way, her layered character lends meaning to the plot. As she tries to get herself to safety, she discovers more about herself.
Good writing and a good story with unpredictable twists.
Would I recommend this read? Oh yes, definitely.
Offensive content?: Definitely 18+ for theme and content.
Disclosure: I received a review copy of this book from the author via Orangeberry Book Tours. I did not receive any payment in exchange for this review nor was I obliged to write a positive one.
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