A Maze of Glass

A Maze of Glass by S.R. Hughes is a thriller and horror told in three versions. In Zoe Briar’s world, monsters and magic are real. But, to keep the magic and creatures in check, some agencies employ the best of the best when it comes to dealing with the supernatural. Zoe happens to be one of those people, and she’s magically and physically trained to deal with whatever is thrown at her, or at least most things.

I enjoyed the three versions of the story from different timelines and perspectives. Zoe must face a series of challenges that involve more than the supernatural world, including her sister and other personal developments which play a significant role in her life. The book is a richly written story that brings the reader into a gritty, dark world of magical secret agents rife with descriptive details and unexpected developments.

It’s a fantastic read that kept me on the edge of my seat. While I found the three storylines, or versions of the story, a bit challenging to follow initially, I quickly got immersed in the story. In addition, I enjoyed the action in this urban fantasy. This book definitely stands apart from many other young adult stories, and it’s a thrilling read for readers of all ages. I found the content gripping and held my attention from the start. In addition, there are plenty of intriguing plot twists and developments that enhance the storyline, making it a fantastic page-turner.

A Maze of Glass by S.R. Hughes gives dark fantasy readers a gripping tale of the supernatural world and the people responsible for protecting others from it. It’s an excellent book for fans of the fantasy genre and anyone who enjoys a great story that encompasses crime and urban adventures in a magical world.

Pages 359 | ASIN 0986317519

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