Wednesday, 20 April 2016

Book Review | William Burnette | Jellyfish Blues

Jellyfish Blues

I received this book for free from the author. This book was sent to me through Bostick Communications. William Burnette entrusted copy of this book to me in exchange for an honest review. 

Author: William Burnette
Title: Jellyfish Blues
Genre: Fiction, Adventure, Action

Synopsis: Everyone wants to save the world, But what if that was really up to you? It is up to Bill Phillips, and he does not want the responsibility. Reluctantly, he is thrown into an adventure from which he cannot escape. Along the way, he loses his girl, then his home and then his job. He ends up on the run from the government and in the crosshairs of an assassin. All because of the mysterious box he discovers in his old house. Luckily for him, he teams up with Jack Cavendish. "Dish" is an ex-field operative who is tasked with bringing in Bill and his box. Instead of forcing Bill to give up his prize, they work together to unravel its secrets. They discover that somehow Bill has the power to change his appearance and to fight off attackers with shocking results. The pair is befriended by a mysterious attorney who knows about the box and its contents, but is hesitant to share the details. Why is he so secretive? Is the situation as dire as he wants them to believe? Can he be trusted?

Review: I would like to thank William Burnette for giving me the chance to experience this book. At the start of the book I was unsure about whether I would end up enjoying this book but after a few chapters I was hooked on this book and just could not bring myself to stop reading. This book is worth all the time that is spent on reading it as it is a truly tremendous novel. I really loved this story line even though it sounded unusual and I did not think that it would make sense. This book will remain a part of my book collection forever. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading Sci-Fi books. This book is definitely worth a chance as I am sure other readers will be as pleasantly surprised by this as I was. 

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

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