Something Found: A Coin

Something Found: A Coin by [Troy Aaron Ratliff, Mike Robinson, Bryan Miller]

Have you ever had one single moment change your entire life? That happened to Todd. While everything may look one way to the untrained eye, we must remember that things are not always as they appear. Something Found: A Coin by Troy Aaron Ratliff follows Todd who has a troubled past and has experienced pain that no one should ever have to. It is this pain that motivates him to leave his home and start a new life. What he didn’t expect was what would happen when he began that new life. Much as everyone would love to run away and start anew, it isn’t always for the better when mystery and danger can be everywhere you look.

I always enjoy a good mystery and feel that Something Found: A Coin was able to deliver a well constructed mystery. I was unable to stop toward the end of the novel because the story became increasingly riveting and I became engaged, sure that at any moment the tension would break. While I enjoyed the book, I felt that the language sometimes took away from the beauty of the story, but I understand that it was used appropriately.

In addition, I liked that Todd had his moments of sarcasm when talking to people. I am a sarcastic person, so it resonated with me. It made his character a little more likable and authentic to me. I also enjoyed Alex and Hamok. They both added depth to the book, and I liked how both were there when Todd needed them. Alex had me rolling my eyes in a few spots, but overall his character is witty and sometimes funny. Hamok was interesting, but I wished he had had more time in the story.

Something Found: A Coin is an enthralling dark fantasy novel that explores one interesting persons past and motivations through a unique lens. Author Troy Aaron Ratliff delivers a thought-provoking adventure that kept me enthralled with it’s interesting characters and alluring mystery.

Pages: 174 | ASIN : B08N6G4VZZ

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