Book Review: Tabor by Roux Cantrell

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Title: Tabor

Author: Roux Cantrell

Release Date: May 27th, 2019

Page Count: 125

Start Date: October 5th, 2022

Finish Date: October 5th, 2022


Story: There are some stories that you read that a character or multiple characters just kind of ruin it for you and make you not even want to read it. This is one of those books for me. I could not stand Tabor or his attitude at all. Especially his assumptions of things. He just drew conclusions and those conclusions were set in stone for him. Had it not been for other characters in this book, I probably would have considered setting this book down. I can’t think of anything else to discuss about it. Not without my review being longer than the story itself.

Characters: Echo was a pretty amazing character. She had her flaws, but she’s had to make some pretty tough decisions over the years. What really endears me to her is how she put her kid above all. No matter what. Speaking of the kid, Kat was so stinking cute! I wish I got to see more of her in the book!

Critiques: Some parts should have been explained better.

Final Thoughts: I’m not saying that I didn’t like this story. I really did. I loved the suspense littered through the entire story. I loved seeing how well Echo fit in with the boys. I loved the quirky moments that her child were in. I just really could not stand Tabor. It feels like even his own people couldn’t stand him in this book. He’s on the list of the very few characters that made me legitimately angry.

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