A Parallel Trust

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A Parallel Trust

A Parallel Trust What begins as an exciting challenge turns into a countdown to save a young girl s life As seventeen year old Aril Ousby the son of a renowned astrophysicist embarks on a geocache treasure hunt in B

  • Title: A Parallel Trust
  • Author: James Stoddah
  • ISBN: 9781910077528
  • Page: 119
  • Format: Paperback
  • What begins as an exciting challenge turns into a countdown to save a young girl s life As seventeen year old Aril Ousby, the son of a renowned astrophysicist, embarks on a geocache treasure hunt in Britain, a series of kidnappings takes place in the United States How are these events connected Is Aril right to trust the enigmatic architect of the treasure hunt or iWhat begins as an exciting challenge turns into a countdown to save a young girl s life As seventeen year old Aril Ousby, the son of a renowned astrophysicist, embarks on a geocache treasure hunt in Britain, a series of kidnappings takes place in the United States How are these events connected Is Aril right to trust the enigmatic architect of the treasure hunt or is he being led into an elaborate trap Is the puzzle master motivated by altruism or greed And why has he chosen to involve Aril in his scheme Aril and his friend Unity are drawn into a mystery that leads them to look at the Earth from a new perspective and to address a fundamental question can future generations avoid the mistakes their parents made

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    1. C.S. Woolley on said:

      There are many giants in the mystery thriller genre that have often narrowly defined what makes a good book. With A Parallel Trust there is a slash of creativity that sets it apart from other novels in the genre that try to emulate and follow and tried and tested format.Free of the tropes and stereotypes that litter and hamper young adult fiction, this book is something of a revelation in mystery thrillers, the characters providing the momentum that drives the plot forward, rather than simply be [...]

    2. Matt Eaton on said:

      An intriguing puzzle that holds its secrets to the endFor a story that starts so small, A Parallel Trust is remarkably large in its vision.For the reader, as for Aril, the clever, optimistic young dreamer at the heart of this tale, the stakes grow exponentially along this journey through the byways of England and Scotland.It was a trip I enjoyed immensely, even though it took several chapters for Mr Stoddah to hit his straps. Stick with this story, because it's a rewarding and gripping plot that [...]

    3. Anna Orr on said:

      It has been a long time since I have been so glad to finally be finished with a book. Although the story is centered around an interesting idea, and is certainly the first book I've ever read with geocaching as a primary plot point, the novelty of it cannot make up for the gaping lack of overall quality. The writing is choppy and disjointed, the characters have no depth, and the dialogue is awkward and, at points, boring. For example, any reaction any character has to a shocking or exciting even [...]

    4. Sarah Loftus on said:

      THIS.I had the highest of hopes before reading this book, especially after reading his previous 'Ring Of Conscience' and I was delighted when it did not disappoint! In fact, I think I favour this book. Again, it is very cleverly written. I found it a little confusing at first but certainly worth the effort when the author switches from first person to third in some chapters. Its worth sticking to as it does not take long to get your head around and it all makes sense throughout the book. An intr [...]

    5. Wendi Wilson on said:

      I really enjoyed this story. The plot was unpredictable and I was kept guessing until the end. I had to work hard to decipher some of the British terminology, and sometimes I had no clue what the characters were talking about (particularly when the author used initials for agencies), but I was able to get the gist of what he meant. Because of this, it took me a long time to finish this book. I'm glad I stuck with it, though. It ended up being a very touching message. I recommend if you like myst [...]

    6. Kyle Wilson on said:

      Where do I start? This book from start to finish is a journey, to say the least. You join lead protagonist Aril as he embarks on an exciting adventure across the UK. Fueled by his intrigue, Aril uncovered numerous, brilliantly crafted clues that ultimately change the way he sees the world.This book is kinda tricky for the first couple of chapters as it jumps from US to UK. But, once you get used to it and the story unfolds, your guaranteed to find yourself hooked on this thrilling journey.5/5 st [...]

    7. Christine Keleny on said:

      This story takes a bit to get going with two separate story lines to start, but once they come together, you want to find out how it ends. It's a bit of a socially responseable sort of tale in the end, but James doesn't hit you over the head with the idea, which is nice.

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