Sunday, May 12, 2013

Florian's Gate

Florian's Gate
Davis Bunn

 Jeffery is bored with his current job. So when a relative offers him a job in London, he jumps at the chance. Alexander Kanton owns an antique shop and needs someone to run it for him while he spends his time on buying trips. Jeffery falls in love with his job. When the shop gets busy he hires a woman named Katya to help. But everyone has secrets and those secrets might lead Jeffery back to the God he abandoned.

This was a very difficult book for me to review. I just couldn't get interested no matter how far I read and how much I learned. And yet I felt that the author did a great job through out the book. It was very well written and had drama, intrigue, and faith. I guess in summery, I would have to say that this is a good book, just not my style.

I received this book free of charge from Hendrickson Publishers and The Book Club Network in exchange for my honest review.

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