Wednesday, February 20, 2013

The White Swan

I was offered the opportunity to read this book in order to give it my honest review for Morrison. I found that the story was a great storyline, however it lacked some development and had a few spelling errors and typos. All in all, I would rate it four stars.

It begins by introducing you to Johnny, a psychic entertainer. He is eventually approached by a family who is seeking answers for an unsolved murder of a loved one. I was hooked within the first few chapters and raced to the end to discover who-done-it. It was a great mystery read. It put me in a little bit of an awkward position as I usually find myself rooting for the main character to succeed in the novels I read. This book however, the main character (Johnny) is a fraud. While he can read people, he is in no way a psychic. Even though he is a shady character, I was still rooting for him to succeed and solve the murder mystery.

The author did a wonderful job with this book and my only suggestion would be to edit carefully. Some sentences ran on too long, and the book is thick with descriptions that aren't always needed. That all being said, I still really enjoyed the story and would recommend this book to any mystery lovers. Great job Morrison!

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