337 by M. Jonathan Lee (Book Review #830)


337 is a contemporary fiction written about Samuel Darte, a boy who sadly wakes up to a note and ring from his mother, not knowing where she has disappeared. Only his Grandma knows what happened to his mother, and as the story takes you to 20 years later, Samuel finds himself in search of the truth. Grandma does not have much left of her life, so he has to fasten the pace before losing his one and only chance.

I really enjoyed reading this book as I found it parallel to other novel approaches storytellers. There is the element of the unknown that relishes the mind as you read the story. This provokes the component of suspense and surprise throughout the reading.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The pace of the story was steady, and the literature was well written. It was evident that the author had spent his time caring for the novel and made sure there weren’t any loopholes ruining the scenes’ formation. I also liked the cover design for the book. It left much room for improvisation.

I recommend this book to anyone who likes to read modern style literature and stories that inflame the mind.

Written by Jeyran

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