Review: Kodachrome by Jason Jahns
IN A GLANCE: Fantastic thought provoking read!
Author: Jason Jahns
Publisher: North Star
ISBN #: 0984749101
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A global revolution cuts across cultural, economic, and geographic divides; it is an epic conflict between the forces of rampant greed and demands for fairness and dignity.
Ask yourself: what do you see?
Our two heroes are extraordinary yet solitary – reluctant warriors who never meet. Miranda Carter is a cloistered graduate student dispatched to meet her estranged Mormon grandmother and examine a bizarre medical prognosis. Zhuli Cai is an unassuming young Chinese army officer willing to give everything to save the members of his unit. He holds a heavy secret.
Miranda and Zhuli are thrown headlong into technological and supernatural intrigue and deceit. They reckon with true impossibilities and face their own worst fears in a world of double-crosses, prophets, spies, presidential candidates, and Chinese revolutionaries.
On its way to a truly surprise ending, Kodachrome will beguile you with thriller-like tempo, the foresight of science fiction, deep social truths normally found...
This is a stupendous book! It is a definite great read full of history and future elements that had me clinging to its binding and flipping the pages as fast as I could read.
Kodachrome's characters are incredibly well thought out, it is defiantly one of those books that makes you think as you read. I enjoyed reading the back story, it helped me understand this books characters so well. This was one book that I couldn't guess how it was all going to come together and end. Kodachrome is a amazing story filled with diverse topics but at the same time its a easy and fast paced read.
I enjoyed reading each and every word of this book and couldn't turn the pages fast enough. I hightly recommend this book to anyone that loves books that they can't guess the ending and ones that make you really think as you read.
98 out of 100 = 4 1/2 Puppy Rating