Book Review: Path of Jen by Sidney Wood

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SERIES: BLOODBORNE (#1)

GENRE: THRILLER, SUSPENSE, ACTION

PAGES: 235

FORMAT: PAPERBACK

RATING: 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

REVIEW IS ALSO POSTED IN: GOODREADS

BOOK SYNOPSIS:

Jen, is an all-American teenage girl who struggles with her Iranian heritage. Hoping she will connect with the culture and traditions he values, her father takes her to visit the land of his birth.

Her mother’s worst fears are realized when Jen is kidnapped and sold into modern day slavery.

Follow the story of an extraordinary young woman who refuses to be a victim. Cheer for her as she fights to stay alive and to ultimately find her way home.

Follow the Path of Jen.

BOOK REVIEW:

Another 5 star book and I see no reason why I can’t give it a 5 star review I enjoyed it and I’ll tell you why.

NOTE: THE AUTHOR OF PATH OF JEN, MR. SIDNEY WOOD WAS KIND ENOUGH TO SEND ME A REVIEW COPY OF HIS WONDERFUL BOOK IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW.

you’ll meet Jen a 16 year old, All-american teenager she has a best friend named Sarah and they treat each other like sisters and everything went wrong when her father tried reconnect Jen with her Iranian heritage. She lost her Phone at the airport and went to a Bazaar with her Aunt strayed away, got lost, cried, got offered to taxi ride  and there you go. A girl who got Kidnapped. her Aunt saw her but couldn’t do anything since she was far away already. through out the story you find out that she was brought to a compound where they serve soldiers by selling women as helpers or sex slaves. Luckily her prayers were answered by God when they got her as a helper at the compound she would wash cloths, cook, etc. but one day she was sold to a doctor, and now she is running for her life. you will keep on guessing what will happen next. and it is a fun book to read.

The book seriously got my attention the when it arrived to me. there was something in it that makes me curious and stuff. The book can be summed up by the lines in the cover which is “She was Kidnapped…Sold…Now running for her life.” so the three parts represent what happens in the book and those three are quite accurate really. the “Now running for her life.” part is when Jen has a Pathogen in her blood and if you have an open wound and a single drop get to it you’ll go crazy and bite everybody in your path. I didn’t really expect that part since I only thought that the Virus would only kill the victim immediately  but no! It turns them into blood thirsty things. that would bite in every chance they can. I really thought that this book would not get my good side since the first part was about religion and stuff. But as I continue reading the book I slowly got into the flow and got the hang of it. I loved how the author involved the current events that are happening in the world mostly the Wars that happened. and he put his imagination into it and made it interesting for the readers. The book seemed like World War Z in a way, well the last part that is (You won’t expect it).  I mean I read apocalyptic stuff sometimes and I like it. The Plot is great, Character Development  is great. the dialogues were on point. it tells the details of the surroundings clearly, and who doesn’t like a character accidentally kills the people who helps her on her way escaping (that wasn’t what I expected). anyway great book and awesome author. Would be delighted to find out what happens next in Book 2.

WOULD I RECOMMEND THE BOOK?

-YEEEEEEES!!!!! great book, you won’t regret reading it and if you like action packed books with you know Guns, Viruses, pretty girls, Ripped Marines, then go buy this amazing book.

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