The Meal of Fortune Book review

Unfortunately I’m a few days late with this review after becoming quite unwell over the last week. (Currently waiting on PCR results – lets hope my Xmas isn’t destroyed by Covid, eh?)

I recently agreed to do a review on The Meal Of Fortune for the lovely Heather at Overview Media and here it is!

The Meal Of Fortune is written by Philip Brady and here is one of the book descriptions below:

Disgraced MI5 officer, Anna Preston is given a chance to revive her career by catching a notorious Russian arms dealer red-handed.

But when she finds that her ex-boyfriend Dermot, agent to minor celebrities and all-round chancer, is mixed up with the Russian, things become complex, to say the least.

With the clock ticking and nothing quite as it seems, there’s no time to worry about what happened between them in the past.

My review:

When I first saw the description on this book I had no idea what to expect! It sounded bizarre and crazy which made me want to read it more. The idea is original to say the least which makes it a very enjoyable read.

I don’t know what genre exactly you could put this under because it’s a combination of various things, but that’s the beauty of it.

The plot and story itself is a bit baffling and tricky to begin with to understand, but I’m glad I stuck with it as it is probably one of the most unique stories I’ve read in a while.

If you are looking for something to read thats unpredictable and different – this is your book!

Thanks Heather for giving me a copy of this book in exchange for a review.

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