God's Play by H.D. Lynn
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
3 ½ of 5 Stars
Sixteen-year-old Hunter, Toby, has an unusual gift of lifting the Veil and revealing shape-shifters. After an ambush that killed his mother and colleges, Toby is rescued by a Jackal shifter named William. Together they hunt down the wolf that killed Toby’s mother; simultaneously, others are searching for Toby because of his ability to lift the Veil.
Toby is a brave hero. He knows he is different and tries to hide it. He loved his mother and is determined to avenge her. I liked that, despite being raised to hate shifters; he gives William the benefit of the doubt.
William is an interesting character. He has overcome addiction. He loves playing the fiddle. He saved his enemy. He is not proud of his past, and he tries to be a good person.
The plot is unique and interesting. I really enjoyed the mythological aspects of the book. God’s Play is very mysterious. It is not always clear who the bad are.
I think God's Play would make a great movie. There is a lot of action and fascinating characters.
A gifted copy was provided by author/publisher for an honest review.
Published September 18th 2014 by Curiosity Quills Press
edition language: English
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