The Appointment – A Book Review

Copyright: 2017
Rating: 5/5
My Synopsis:

The country is in lockdown and Jacob Johansen is one of the few people who isn’t totally devoid of feelings, emotions, and memories. In this scary and lonely time, Jacob receives a letter that offers an opportunity of a lifetime. But can it be trusted? If Jacob decides to take on this special offer, will he be happy with the results, or will he regret his choice? All this and more will be discovered in Luke P. Narlee’s novel, The Appointment.

My Review:

Luke P. Narlee’s novel, The Appointment, is proof that a treasure trove of fantastic indie authors exist. If ever a book can prove a reader wrong that an author must be well-known to be talented, it is The Appointment. The novel is fresh, fast-paced, thrilling, and doesn’t contain a single dull moment.

From start to finish, The Appointment keeps its readers interested and on edge. Not only is the novel entertaining, but it also makes one stop and think; questioning humanity at every flip of the page.

As someone who tends to be a bit picky about what they read, I must say that I was highly impressed by The Appointment. I instantly fell in love with the plot and Narlee’s writing is fantastic! His words are powerful and have the rare ability to make you feel part of the story; as if you have a deep relationship with the characters and know where they’re coming from.

I can honestly say that The Appointment is one of the most creative books I’ve read in a while. I cannot wait to see what the rest of the series has in store!

I highly recommend reading Luke P. Narlee’s The Appointment. Its mysterious, thoughtful, well-written pages will blow you away! (also on Amazon and Goodreads)

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