4 out of 5 stars
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JT’s World by E. Alan Fleischauer is a fictional book whose story develops around a man named JT Thomas. He is very rich and has an enormous complex called JT’s World. This growing complex houses a lot of buildings such as a hotel, shops, a doctor’s office, and many more.
The story began with a bloody incident that took place at the grand opening of JT’s World where a woman named Mika was mistaken for Madeline and was killed by Madeline’s father. Marcus Payne, the father of Madeline, had already killed Madeline’s mother some years ago and was now focused on killing Madeline (who was now adopted by Thomas) to inherit Thomas’s wealth, which was a lie he had been told by his wicked lawyer. After that horrible incident in JT’s World, Thomas took a break and headed to Colorado to pick up some cattle needed for his ranch. On his journey to Colorado, he met a beautiful woman named Maria. Both of them fall in love with each other, but Maria had a husband who had been killed and a son who was stolen away by his nanny four years ago. There was also a wicked lawyer that was powerful and always threatened Maria that nobody will have her if he didn’t. What will happen to Maria’s new relationship with Thomas? Will Maria find her son back? Was Thomas able to return to JT’s World safely? Read this book to find out.
This was an interesting story written in a western tone. I liked how the author structured the chapters without confusing the readers. I also liked how the characters were well-developed. My favorite character in this book was Thomas, and I gained a lot of lessons from him. The way he treated Madeline as his daughter despite being adopted was amazing. The way he also showed love to strangers was worth learning from. During his journey to Colorado, he met one girl who was being chased by some goons after they had already killed her brother. Thoman helped the girl and saw to the end that she was in safe hands. He also made sure not to take advantage of the girl while she was drunk. The way Thomas related and defended people’s lives was unbelievable. One way was how he defended Chip and even collected a bullet that was aimed at Chip, which would have killed him.
Madeline is also a character that is worth emulating. She works hard and contributes meaningfully to JT’s World. She also resolves issues and brings peace to Thomas’ life when he feels down.
I find some negative things about this book. The author writes the book in a way that makes it look like killing others for making money is a normal thing in the century in which this book story is based. This makes the story look unrealistic. The way the author also writes this book to express that people that died are reincarnated into animals also adds to the book’s unrealistic.
The story is interesting, and the author’s writing is conversational. After reading this book, I fell in love with western books and I would love to read more of their books. This book is exceptionally well edited, as I don’t find any errors. Therefore, I would rate it four out of five stars. I give it this rating because of the negative points I mentioned above. I would recommend this book to lovers of fictional books, especially western book lovers.
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