Official Review: The Art of Anatomy by Gary G Power

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Official Review: The Art of Anatomy by Gary G Power

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[Following is an official review of "The Art of Anatomy" by Gary G Power.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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Are you a lover of mystery and dark fantasy thrillers? Then, I've got an excellent update for you. The Art of Anatomy by Gary G Power is one book that'll blow your mind completely away. This novella has a well-constructed plot with several thrilling scenes to remember. There's no dull moment when you're reading because it's a 100% intriguing.

The book starts with four young divers confused about the source of light in a lake. An old man then offers to tell them the story behind the mysterious light. It all happened in Snake Falls in the summer of 1936. Lola Wolfe and Jamie Gimbal laughed and talked as he sat in his wheelchair waiting for a traveling carnival, the Carnival of Bizarre, which was headed by Grigori Dragan. Dragan operated a carnival that featured several freak shows and magical tales. Lola never believed in all that. Her husband, Donald Wolfe, and his friend, Sam hill were planning something nefarious. Their plan and Grigori's intervention eventually led to several stunning events that led to the mysterious light beneath the water in Turtle Lake. Grab a copy of this book to find out what happened in the summer of 1936 in Snake Falls.

Absolute perfection is what comes to mind whenever I try to describe this book. The book has a very concise storyline that was well-crafted. I love how the author organized his thoughts and ideas. It made the book very easy to understand. Reading it was very smooth and interesting. The suspense was also something I enjoyed very much. I could hardly predict what was going to happen next. The author kept me guessing, and that made me more eager to keep on reading. The character development was also magnificent. The book had major and minor characters that were well-developed, and their roles were clearly expressed. The author was also able to portray the emotions of the characters very well. A character I cherish is Grigori Dragan. I love his perception of life in general. I also loved the way he handled punishments.

There was absolutely nothing I disliked about the book. The scenes were also well-developed. My favorite scene in the book was when Don went to see Orla the second time. I enjoyed the events that followed suit. The book also had a real-life setting, and the author's fantastic choice of words for descriptions created a very vivid Imagination.

I couldn't find any errors in the book. This shows that the book underwent exceptional professional editing. I enjoyed the tone and style the author employed in writing the book. I'm therefore rating this book 4 out of 4 stars. I recommend this book to lovers of dark fantasies.

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Post by Steve_ »

What indeed led to that mysterious light? I love books that have such a premise. Fantasy-mystery is a must read for me; so I'll definitely read this one. Thank you for your review.
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Post by Smmwallace »

This book sounds so intriguing! Your excellent review has convinced me to read it. Thank you for your recommendation!
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Post by Suzer6440 xyz »

I love the opening question to your review. Gets the reader interested from the very beginning . Sounds like a great mystery . I’m looking forward to reading thus
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Post by NetMassimo »

This seems like a really suspenseful story. The novella form, with a limited length, probably helps in keeping the tension throughout it. Thank you for your great review!
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Post by Kavita Shah »

Dark fiction but sounds not so dark. Good review!
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