Title: The Revenge
First published September 13, 2022
400 pages, Paperback
ISBN: 9781250210814 (ISBN10: 125021081X)
The Atlantis World is a gripping tale of conspiracy, danger, and hope for humanity. As the world faces a deadly epidemic, Dr. Kate Warner must race against time to find a cure before it’s too late.
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The Revenge by Tijan is a gripping and emotionally intense novel that delves deeply into themes of love, loss, and revenge. The author is well-known for her young adult romance novels, but she takes a departure from her usual writing style to create a riveting adult thriller.
Set in a small town in Ohio, The Revenge follows the story of a widow named Avery who is devastated by the sudden death of her husband. She is left to raise their two young children alone while trying to find a way to move on with her life.
She soon discovers that her husbands death may not have been an accident, and she sets out on a dangerous quest for revenge against those responsible. Tijan has crafted a complex and engaging plot that will keep readers on the edge of their seats until the very end.
The story is well-paced with just the right amount of tension and suspense, and the characters are vividly drawn with deep emotional backgrounds that make them feel real and relatable. One of the strengths of The Revenge is Tijans excellent writing style.
Her prose is polished and well-crafted, with a keen eye for detail that brings the setting and characters to life. The author also does a superb job of developing the central character, Avery, who is both vulnerable and strong as she navigates her way through life after her husbands death.
Another strength of the novel is the way Tijan addresses important social issues such as grief, loss, and revenge. She explores the many ways that people cope with tragedy and how these coping mechanisms can sometimes lead to dark and dangerous places.
However, the authors writing style can be dense and complex at times, which can make the novel difficult to read for some readers. The novel also contains several violent and graphic scenes that may not be suitable for everyone.
Overall, The Revenge is a stunning novel that combines high-stakes suspense with deep emotional resonance. It is a must-read for anyone who loves a well-crafted thriller with complex characters and a gripping storyline.
I highly recommend this novel to all readers and give it a rating of 4 out of 5 stars.