Sunday, February 5, 2017

Stormy Waters Review

Stormy Waters: A crime thriller

By Miron Ben Ari


His past is darker than he could ever imagine. Adam Bernstein wakes up on the beach at dead of night, next to a mutilated body, with a pounding, bloody headache and no memory. Terrified, he flees the crime scene, on a quest to discover his identity, his freedom and his life.



Stormy Waters: A crime thriller by [Ben Ari, Miron]Will he find himself before THEY find him? Adam quickly learns that his former life holds everything he could ask for: plenty of money, a stunning girlfriend and an enviable talent for drawing. For a moment, it even seems like things might go back to being normal again. But everything is shattered when an unknown man attempts at Adam's assassination.


He knows something dark lies in his past. But he can’t imagine just how dark it is. A man on a desperate race for survival Adam is trying to piece together the remains of his past. A dark, urban thriller about love, crime and blood that will leave you sweating.


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MY REVIEW

Victor had served his time in prison for crimes he had committed. Now that he is out, he has stayed away from that kind of life. He has a dream of opening a restaurant. But, apparently fate has other plans for him, as he is approached by an associate from his past with instructions from the boss for Victor to dispose of a body. Victor has no choice but to do the job. He ends up botching the disposal, and the body washes up on shore beside Adam, who awakens and doesn’t remember anything before that moment. As Adam tries to piece together what happened to him, Victor equally works to get himself out of the situation he is in.


This story had an intriguing plot, with a cast of characters that had me wondering their true intent, as well as finding out the mystery of Adam’s amnesia. I felt that this could have been a great read if not for the writing style. It was hard to get past the stilted elementary structure of the sentencing. And sometimes it seemed that the author would have the characters saying simple things that were obvious and unneeded for the conversation. Otherwise, I did enjoy the story, but feel like the author needs to work on his delivery.
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**The above opinions are 100% my own, whether I purchased the book or it was given to me to review.


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2 comments:

  1. A shame this thriller didn't live up to its full potential.

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    1. I agree. It could have been so much better.

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