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    Well-written, but...

    Josh’s grandfather dies, leaving a letter written by his grandfather’s father about his brother and a woman they both loved back in the 1920s, even though his great grandfather swears he saw her in 1994, looking just like she did back then. Josh embarks on a mystery that leads him on a journey into madness, mayhem, and magic. I am seriously conflicted about this book. It is well-written and the characters are very interesting. Not to mention, the plot was very unique and intriguing. I never really got into the book, however. Why did I give it four stars, or really 3 ½ rounded up? Well, I think the style of writing isn’t really something I enjoy, and I don’t believe it is fair to give a book so well-written and unique a bad rating just because I didn’t get into it. To be honest, the book reminded me some of the book Night Watch by Sergei Lukyanenko which I also had a hard time reading. And, I do know that there were a great number of people who liked that series. I do recommend but with reservations. Thanks to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press for the e-book which I voluntarily reviewed.

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