Another review for The Boétie Legacy: from Readers Klub

This was an extremely thought provoking novel that was a refreshing read. The book explores human nature and taking back what rightfully belongs to you using intellectual means rather than violence.

The relationship between Luke and Jo is complicated and complex, this novel centers around their troubles and the road they travel together without losing their moral values.

This was a well written engaging story that was also well paced with interesting characters so i got through it very quickly.

It does not classify as light reading but will capture your attention.

Readers Klub

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One comment on “Another review for The Boétie Legacy: from Readers Klub
  1. Amanda says:

    Spot on review!

    Liked by 1 person

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