Passe-Partout by Steve Sanders (Book Review #636)

Passe-Partout is a dark fantasy written about two men with two storylines. Paul Fischer works at a store where his boss gets poisoned and dies. Everyone thinks that he has committed suicide.

Amos, on the other hand, is a character from the past before Paul was even born. He is a metal shaper. The story swaps between the two narratives to a point where their timelines meet when a woman names Isla appears in Amos’s life and in Paul’s dream.

The storyline interludes to a point where it really becomes apparent that attention is needed not to get confused over the overlaps of the storyline.

The literature is written with fantasy description and details. I particularly enjoyed the intensity and double narrative of the story. I believe the nature of the work was well thought through and everything came together in a well-formatted matter.

Paul’s character was the most thought-provoking and stimulating of them all. His personality was great for the storyline and I had no trouble bonding with the character.

I recommend this book to people who like fantasy and dark genres.


Written by Jeyran Main


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