Book Review: Forgotten Violets by Martin Niewood

Forgotten Violets by Martin Niewood

Forgotten Violets by Martin Niewood started off slow for me. Maybe I’m just too old for this genre, but it was very confusing to me…at first. I couldn’t follow what was happening. It was this way for the first 96 pages or so. However, on that page, it took a turn with a revelation. This is the way the last 100 pages went. I couldn’t put it down after this point.

Wow! There are many twists and turns packed in the last half of this book. Just when you think you may have it figured out, you find out that you don’t, and are a long way from figuring it out.

I am afraid to say much of anything for fear of spoiling it for you!

Nothing is as it seems. Meadow (the lead character), Elizabeth, and Parker try to sort through all of the chaos to get to the truth and not get killed in the process. This book has battles, both physical and mental, romance, friendship, and betrayal.

There is one intimate incident, but it was very conservatively written, not graphic at all, and only a sentence or two long. There is one scene describing illicit drug use, its consequences, and suicide.

If you like mysterious and supernatural story lines, you’ll enjoy Forgotten Violets.

 

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