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The Third Target is a fiction, thriller, paranormal, loss, literature, redemption, grief, suspense, and mystery that covers all the emotions which makes it a wonderful story to read. This novel has a very strong opening that attracts the readers from the very beginning. The author has created curiosity right from the beginning of the story. The writing style is satisfying and all the words in the sentences make sense. All the characters are described powerfully with their goods and bad. The author has uses metaphors in the story that enrich and add a breath of freshness to the character’s description. The novel takes the reader step by step while revealing the story and the whole process of telling and showing is balanced. Nobody’s perfect so not even the main protagonist, the hero might be brave in some circumstances but irrationally fearful at some stages of life.
Characters grow with the passage of time and you will find some ignorant characters in the final move. The story offers a greater amount of tension and suspense due to the protagonist(s) against other characters, the environment, or having an internal struggle. The whole story seems real and very optimistic with unique background and history. On an end note, the author did a fabulous job by making a satisfying conclusion.
Details About The Third Target by Joel C. Rosenberg
- Name & Author: “The Third Target by Joel C. Rosenberg”
- Pages: 444
- Genre: fiction, thriller, literature, redemption, paranormal, loss
- Size: 1 MB
- Price: Free
- Language: English
- Format: PDF/ePub
- ISBN: 1009933210002
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