Any book based in New York is a winner in my eyes. This book is very well written and made me feel like I was right there, back in NYC standing on Fifth Avenue or walking into Central Park.
Whilst the story is based in New York, we are also transported to Ancient Egypt. I haven’t ever really known much about Egypt and it’s mythology but this was really insightful. I wished I had all of the paintings that were discussed in front of me so that I could see their true beauty. They sound fantastic.
This is definitely a page turner and a book that I read in less than a day. Once I’d picked it up, I just didn’t want to put it back down again.
Whilst of course I liked Nick and Lydia. I was really drawn to the Peacock Sisters that Nick lived with. They seemed like a lot of fun and I would have loved to learn even more about them.
Published by Obliterati Press in March 2019. This book is 240 pages which makes it a very quick and easy read.
I was lucky enough to be gifted this book via LoveBooksGroup in exchange for an honest review and a turn on the blog tour. I was even luckier to discover that it is signed by the author.