The Finder by C.J. Morrow
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
***3 Cranky Stars
“Remember, ‘We’re everywhere, out there, among you.”
Elliot is a cynical and arrogant man used to the quiet life. Things have always come easily and there isn’t a mystery he can’t solve. Life is about order and running…that is until Hannah and Helena enter his life.
He is drawn to partaking in a magical journey to a world without rules or laws. Everything he believes about himself and his perception of the world is challenged. For him to understand his destiny Elliot must confront his past and the secrets that have been long since buried.
Take notice for things are not as always as they seem.
The Finder was a charming story. I must mention there are quite a few grammatical errors and as a reader these kinds of mistakes frustrate me- especially being throughout the story.
I felt that the story had a tendency to be a little bit redundant at times with some massive movements that threw me off track. I was hoping there could have been a better separation into knowing the difference between what is happing in the now versus what has already happened.
For this first book in the story, I would have to say there was nothing grabbing my attention. And to be honest when the book ended I was furious! I could not believe it ended the way it did BUT I will say, due to that kind of ending, I am EXTREMEMLY interested to see if the second book is as exciting as my imagination wants it to be.
CJ Morrow is a gifted author who has an extremely active imagination.
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