Today’s book review comes from team member Suraya, find her at http://www.thestorymint.com
Suraya chose to read Before The Dawn by Georgia Rose
Before the Dawn
By Georgia Rose
The story begins with a staff briefing by Trent, which was really background to the story. The author could have set the scene using narrative and we would have seen/felt/smelt the landscape as well as understood the situation. It makes for a slow build up.
In his briefing, Trent was only able to describe the politics and the danger the estate was under due to the activities of Russian criminals. We learn that, although the estate bred and trained horses, it was really a front for MI6 and so Emma finds herself caught up in an intrigue that leads to the estate and its workers being in serious danger.
By starting her novel with what is essentially a speech it takes a…
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