Self-Published | July 26, 2018 | e-book | 113 Pages

Have you ever experienced where things slowly to unfold to make your vision to come to life?

Maggie Rayton is a freelance programmer who has the vision to create a game that has something to do with the uncontacted tribe. Things get more exciting when she met Sandy Jones, an artist. What more can you ask when you finally met someone who can see your vision? even more when s/he is willing to help you to fulfil your vision?

Maggie and Sandy gasped in amazement after Maggie’s phone call with her brother, George. What was the phone call all about? Is it related to their vision or something unfortunate? You will know more by reading this book.

This book is narrated from the characters’ own point of view (POV). Like one chapter is from one character’s POV and the next chapter from another character’s POV. Reading from different POVs has enabled me to find all the missing puzzles like how Maggie and Sandy met when I was reading Sandy’s POV.

Furthermore, this book has somehow reawakened my interest in anthropology. I get excited. Needless to say, I enjoyed reading this book and was totally groaned when I reached the cliffhanger ending of this book. If you are someone who is looking for a book with a unique storyline, then this book is for you and you will enjoy this like I did.

I would like to thank the author for this review copy and I look forward to reading the next instalment in this series by this author.

DISCLAIMER:

I RECEIVED THIS BOOK IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW.

Amazon: Paperback

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