Wednesday, 8 February 2017

Book Review - A Column of Smoke

I generally don't tend to purchase or read fictional love stories (had enough of mills and boon from my teenage years). The descision to add 'A column of smoke' to my book library was solely bacause of the author, Rebecca Nesbit who is an acquaintance and I wanted to support her first novel.  

The story is just what it says on the tin. Sciene, love and deceit. Without giving too much away, the book takes the reader through the everyday life of the main character between family, friendships, work and love, in what can be seen as a real life situation of a young lady. 
Scientifically, it explains some basic science concepts to a lay audience and highlights some of the challenges facing genetic modification and public perception. 
A good story of love lost and found will see you through to the end. 
Purchase on amazon here

No comments: