Friday, November 28, 2014

The Brother's Keeper

A friend’s deception. A family’s dilemma.

While cataloging looted antiquities in Brussels, archaeologist Grace Madison learns that her daughter has disappeared in France, and daughter-in-law has been attacked in Switzerland. But before the Madisons can save themselves, they must rescue an old friend—if he’ll let them. Navigating a deadly, four-thousand-year-old artifact trail that crosses three continents, they jeopardize hearts and lives against a foe as old as time—as time runs out.

Because choosing what’s right is all that’s left.

My thoughts: I looked forward to reading this book, since it sounded like quite a fun story! It is a good tale, though I would be remise if I didn't put in my review that I was a bit disappointment with some of the writing. At times, the author would go into lengthy descriptions that I felt detracted from the story. That said though, I still enjoyed the story and that it catches readers up on the Madison family. It's hard to talk a lot about this book without giving away the story. Suffice it to say, there is a lot going on and it is worth reading.
I thought that the story was interesting and look forward to the third installment!
I received this book from Litfuse in exchange for my honest review.


  1. Amanda:

    Thank you for your kind review of The Brothers' Keepers. It's such a learning experience to learn the thoughts of readers and every review makes me a better writer. I'll look forward to your review of book 3 (fall 2015) and encourage you to pick up When Camels Fly (May 2014), which introduces the Madison family and their adventures.

    Thank you for sharing The Brothers' Keepers with your followers.

    Best to you,

    1. I look forward to the next book! I love the themes that you have in this book. I will have to go back and start at the beginning!
      Thank you for writing!