4 out of 4 stars
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The Guardian of Deceit written by William H. Cole is a literary story that expresses the quest for love and relationship. It tackles about dramatic experience of awkward relationships that sprung from a deceitful affection and the expectations for love. With all account, the plot revolves around the main character and how he deals with the people and conditions around him. Though lack of supervision, he positively manages his life and maintains interesting relationship with all the people he knew.
In the story, it all started with an orphaned teenager living previously with his aunt in Pittsburgh. Because of the early death of his parents and the disability of his aunt to take care of him, Darwin Hastings has to fly to New York City and meet his new guardian. This guardian is an established, famous football celebrity, whom he believes he can depend his life on. Darwin was excited to meet Luther Pinelli and start a new life in his cousin’s mansion.
In the first day of Darwin’s stay, he slowly predicts the uncertainties of his future. He saddened over the things he previously hoped. Luther refused to provide him his needs. And there’s no way that he can access his parent’s inheritance. But Darwin, with virtue and moral foundation influenced by his parents, accepted his fate wilfully. Darwin promised to follow the footsteps of his father and this took him to build good relationship with the Malverne’s family. But will Darwin able to sustain the relationship he had with them?
I enjoy reading this book a lot. It has a lot of events that made me ponder at times. The characters are interesting. They are famous and high profiled people who strived to retain social reputation and integrity. The author was able to properly deliver a series of event by which you need not to worry so much if you'll remember them. Every read is like an uninterrupted flow by which when you choose to rest, a series of events still linger to your thoughts. In every character you understand every hesitance or abruptness, every disappointment, and desperation; their needs and wants and their emotional interactions with different situations they’re in.
The entire story simply has its own valuable touch to reality. Most interactions are relatable and very smart. It is more of personal validity and building relationship and the effects of being under the magic of love and affection rather than parenting sort of story which I thought this story is all about at first. But despite of that, I enjoyed reading the story so much. I did not see any typos or any kind of errors that I can share in this review. Finally, I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars. I strongly suggest this book to anyone who wants to unwind with a good book in their hands. And I haven’t mentioned yet, this book has unpredictable storylines and might not be suitable for people who are underage but is surely recommendable to anyone who has the habits of reading.
Guardian of Deceit
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