September 18, 2021

#BookReview: The Eastwood Event (A Fistful of Dust, #1) by J.G. Petrichor






Synopsis: Four thousand people went missing overnight. The Eastwood Event.

That’s what everyone was told, but Mary Adelaide knows the truth. Something destroyed the town down to the last brick, but no one died.

In the quarantined aftermath, seven children with incredible powers were captured for study.
Her boss wants them to awaken the entity sleeping at the bottom of the Event’s massive crater.
Mary wants to save them.

Daniel awoke with no memory. All he knows for certain is he ruins everything he touches. Except, this woman isn’t afraid of him. She's teaching him to use his power. And there are other kids here in the Facility. He’d really like to meet them.

It’s almost time now. Daniel is being sent on his first mission. He’ll come face to face with the thing waiting in the crater.

It’s almost time to begin.
 



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Rating: 2 Stars
My Review: Sadly this indie published title suffers from what most of them suffer from. Bad execution. I was so excited to read this because its from a local author but sadly it wasn't as good as I was hoping.  I love the dystopian feel and the extra aspects that the author added. But for me it just needs more work with editing and story flow. 








Born from the tear of a melancholy deity pouring over a page of particularly prosaic drivel, cradled by the shriveled hands of antediluvian sage scholars, and raised by a clan of prodigious book dragons.
J. G. Petrichor emerged from a thousand years of secluded meditation to pen the vestiges of an elusive dream.









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