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Cave of Silence by Kostas Krommydas
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it was amazing

I'm not a regular romance reader, but Cave of Silence caught my attention for a number of reasons, not least of which the fact it's based on real events. Hard as it is to believe, the series of unlikely coincidences is real, and Krommydas does an excellent job of putting it all to paper. The story takes place in Greece for the most part, which is strangely appropriate given the part destiny plays in the heroes' lives. Indeed, one might say that fate is the real protagonist of this story, along with the Island; a place reluctant to share its secrets are unearthed only gradually and reluctantly.

Krommydas writes in an immediate way, interplaying between the first-person point of view for the hero and a third-person one for the heroine. The book can be a bit of a slow burn at first, starting off in an idyllic setting. Don't let that fool you, though: it becomes increasingly harder to put it down as it progresses and the past starts casting its long shadow on the present.
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September 27, 2017 – Shelved

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