sâmbătă, 1 octombrie 2016

Short Review:Two Graves: A Novella by Zoe Kalo

Title: Two Graves(Retribution Series #1)
Author: Zoe Kalo
Genre: Dark Psychological Suspense
Audience: New Adult/Adult
Word count: 18,000 words – 70 pages (short novella)
Launch date: October 1st 2016

About the Book
A Dante-ish descent through a sinister world of decadent shadows and woeful souls…
Seven years ago, he shattered her life. The town eventually forgot the headlines and the nightmares. But 23-year old music student Angelica hasn’t forgotten.
For the past seven years, she’s contemplated payback with as much intensity and unwavering faith as she puts into her violin playing. Finally, all the pieces are in place. Over the course of one night, disguised for a masquerade ball, Angelica orchestrates a journey of revenge.

Short Review:

This book? Well,i have to admit that i was a little confused at the beginning,because i didn't understand what was happening or what this book was about. But ,step by step everything changed and i started to understand what was happening. It was fascinating and i admit that i was to intrigued,so i didn't stop reading until the end.
I'm not a musician,i don't know much about their lifes and spectacles ,but the way a small part of a musician life was described in this book was fascinating. Yet,nothing compares with what a mother is capable of doing for her child,especially a mother whose child was taken form her.

This short novella wasn't simple at all. It had an interesting story and good character,especially the main one,Angelica Parker. Even if i didn't have the chance to read a lot about her,she was strong and determined to get her own revenge. Talented and stubborn. Strong,but at the same time weak. A woman whose life was turned upside down.

Too bad this wasn't a full book,because i want to know more about what happened with Angelica's child and everything else.

Interesting and fascinating.

About Author Zoe Kalo
A certified bookworm, Zoe Kalo has always been obsessed with books and reading. Reading led to writing—compulsively. No surprise that at 16, she wrote her first novel, which her classmates read and passed around secretly. The pleasure of writing and sharing her fantasy 

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