Chasing the Dawn by James Flynn Review

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Reviewed by Marianne Rowley

Professor Vitorrio makes a very important discovery which is kept hidden from the world. Six years later, he goes missing. Luke Temple from a secret agency is sent in to find out what happened.

As the story develops, we find out a little bit more about the mysterious Luke Temple. We also discover that there is more to this disappearance than meet the eyes and he is not the only one looking for Professor Vitorrio. As we enter the world of science, we are exposed to very in dept description of the discovery that could change the entire world. Luke has to take drastic actions to make sure it doesn’t fall into the wrong hands.

This is the second book from the Luke Temple series. I hadn’t read the first instalment when I read this book. As there isn’t a lot of reference to the previous one, it didn’t matter.

At first, I wasn’t sure where the story was going and found it to be a bit slow. Then, the action began and I have to say those are very well written and very gripping. The science part did go a little bit over my head but it was well described and trying to be as simple as possible. I really wanted to find out what happened and I was not disappointed by all the twists and turns of the story. I was pleased to discover that I got some of them right and some of them wrong. It really keeps you in suspense.

The kindle version of the book has a couple of errors in the text but it didn’t deter from reading it.

I have now downloaded the first book so I can start following Luke Temple’s story from the start.

I would rate it 4 out of 5 for the slow start in the story but it is well written and I really enjoyed it!

Rating: 4/5

RRP: £9.50 (Paperback) / £0.99 (Kindle)

Available to buy from Amazon here.

4 Star

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