The Dark Era Book Review

I normally don’t read too much, but when I do, I like the book to offer me some suspense, action, and fantasy. The Dark Era is a book that offered just that.

Now, I am not going to write too much about this book, because I am not that good at describing without giving away the whole book here. The main character, Stainislaw Gambrowicz falls into a deep coma. While in the coma, he finds himself in a strange predictament. He has a new name with no recollection of his memory and is in a strange land of war. It soon becomes evident that he posseses what the strange land wants to battle the war and wil stop at nothing to get him.

While Stanislaw is in his coma, in the real world Jonathan, his grandson,  is currently working on a book of documented World War Two stories that his grandfather has recollected. It is evident as the stories are being looked at that they are highly exaggereated. Jonathan struggle with this book because he is victim to alcohol and many relationships. The book joins the two elements together in a way that makes them facing the same battle, just a different situation.

If you are looking for a story that will have you turning pages quickly and on the edge of your pages, I highly recommend this. It was a good read.

Photo Credit: Picture on the front of the book.

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