Pandora’s Gardener by David Charles Mason (Book Review #851)


Pandora’s gardener is a humorous adventure mystery novel written about John Gardener, who happens to be the holder or a seemingly harmless price of computer hardware that can cause enormous harm to humanity. The technology behind it can bring global domination; however, John has no clue.

On the other hand, Detective Sutherland and Bludgeon are working on a case that leads them to John, and as their paths cross, the adventure escalates. John finds himself facing the Russians, crooked cops, secret societies and more.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

As the thriller story abrupts, creating incredibly funny scenes and descriptive events, John’s character stood out throughout the whole ordeal. He seriously was not made up for such action and dilemma, and for this reason, his character instantly grabbed my interest and made me read along.

I predominantly enjoyed the plot as a whole. I normally look for details in a tale, and the under-laying stories fulfill my desire to read more but, with this book, the entirety of the package was what made it engaging.

I wasn’t a big fan of the cover. I didn’t think it suited the content or reflected it as well as it should.

I recommend this book to anyone who likes to read action thriller stories that are humorous.

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