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Book Analysis - Prisoner of Paradise by Rob Samborn

Book Analysis – Prisoner of Paradise by Rob Samborn


With a fresh twist on between the present and past, this novel is sure to give you an experience like no other. I was sent an arc for an honest review, and I am here to present just that. This book involved a perfected balance of structure when it came to the plot, character and conflict development. It was easy to feel in the moment with the characters as the vivid detail of the eras and time frames chosen were executed through the writing style with magnificent description.


This book took many twists and turns between love and evil which kept me wanting more. This review will not include spoilers or many details of the actual book in consideration that it has not even been released, but just know that grabbing a copy is equivalent to entering a time capsule.


The main character, Nick, is a riveting man with who reluctantly encounters many obstacles through which his personality is conveyed. From modern day to Venetian times, I cannot imagine how different those life spans are and the author makes sure to present Nick and his wife with the same awed effect. Through the maneuvers and challenges, the choices and sacrifices, Nick is on a quest for discovering himself in ways never before known, without even knowing it. His resilience is incredible.


Overall, I recommend this book to anyone in need of a historical yet modern novel that has elements of love and adventure. Thank you to the author for letting me read the works, it was a great turn of events from my normal reads, and I am so excited for more!




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