Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Book Review: A Parallel Trust by James Stoddah

Firstly please accept my apologies for the lack of blog posts this year. I have been head down writing and editing, so perhaps you will forgive me. I am back in the drivers seat now and ready to catch up. Today I bring you a review of a brilliant book by new author, to me, James Stoddah.

The book starts of with the story of 17 year old Aril who is sent a geocaching puzzle to solve. He sets off on his new motorbike to solve the puzzle. Each time he solves it he is given another clue. This part of the book itself is thrilling but about a third of the way through, a shocking twist takes the game off in a more deadly direction. The tension is ramped up and the action never stops. The book is well written with a tight plot and believable characters. I love the way the characters interact and are realistic in the way they are portrayed. I do not read YA books but the plot of this one appealed to me.

Stoddah is an excellent writer and he uses words to brilliant effect. The surprises never stop coming, almost up to the last page. I was genuinely sad when the book finished as I wanted to keep reading.

This is the first book I have read by this author. I am now off to download his other one. This is a book, and and author I can highly recommend.


That's it for another day. This is a book I recommend you download now as it is so good. The links above will take you to Amazon UK and Amazon USA. I will earn a small affiliate fee if you use these links.

See you all back here soon my Bookaholic friends with a review of another great book. Until then keep reading or writing