Johnny Reviews The Samaritan @ The Bookish Brunette

Posted January 27th, 2012 by in Uncategorized / 1 comment

Title: The Samaritan
Author: Fred Venturini
Publisher: Blank Slate Press
Publication Date: Feb 2011
Classification: Adult Fiction

Summary from Goodreads:

Dale Sampson lives in isolation, hiding a super-human gift that could change the course of human history–a gift he believes he doesn’t deserve. He is unemployed and unmotivated–a fractured friendship, love lost, and the tragedies of childhood have locked him in place.  Empty days tick away until a chance encounter with a woman from his past sets in motion one last shot at redemption and love–a spiral of small-town violence that will end a thousand miles away, with his flesh as the battleground, and millions will tune in to watch . . .

 
My Thoughts:

 After reading such a compelling series ala the Maze Runner series, I thought I would sit back and read something entertaining and light. Entertaining, yes. Light…hardly. This book was, for lack of a better word, F’d up….AND I LOVED IT FOR THAT SPECIFIC REASON!

 

To read the rest of Johnny’s review please head on over to The Bookish Brunette!

Alexa

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One Response to “Johnny Reviews The Samaritan @ The Bookish Brunette”

  1. Bookish Brunette

    Awww you’re so sweet to post a teaser review! Lol! You didn’t have to do that! 😀

    Again, Johnny’s review was fab! Everyone loved it! Except the f-a-r-t word. Ick! 😉

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