Review: A Death Displaced
I give this book 3.75 stars. The .75 is because there seems to be too much attention spent on details of the minutiae sometimes. If it weren’t for that it would be a solid 4 stars.
A few days ago I talked about books that held my attention from the very first words; A Death Displaced did that. It wasn’t in an all encompassing, gotta finish this book NOW way. No, it was more subtle than that,
Nick is having a slow day at work and slips into what he thinks is a vivid daydream. When real life happens just as the daydream showed he changes the course of Juliet’s life.
Juliet is in town for shopping with a friend when an out of control car comes barreling towards her. Before she is able to react Nick snatches her out of the way, changing her destiny and the course of her life.
A little mystery, a little bit of life, some paranormal and a not so innocent kiss: the perfect mix to make a wonderful story.
A Death Displaced is the first in the Lansin Island Series by Andrew Butcher.