Thursday, November 26, 2015

Review: The Song of David

The Song of David The Song of David by Amy Harmon
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Amy Harmon is a talented writer, and I don't think I will ever be disappointed after finishing one of her books. However, The Song of David wasn't as compelling as The Law of Moses. That book was so extraordinary that it would be difficult to top. David "Tag" Taggert was Moses' best friend, and this is his story. A brother broken by the loss of his sister, struggling with the decision to hang on or just let go. He and Moses friendship is almost immediate, and after traveling the world the two of them find themselves. They both put down roots, Moses with Georgia in Levin, and Tag by creating a city block of his favorite things. The bar he owns even though he doesn't drink, and the gym he trains in before his fights. His family consists of all of the people that surround him, officially known as Tag Team. While preparing for one of the biggest fights of his career, he meets Amelie. She's beautiful, and headstrong, determined to make the life she loves, but can't see as amazing as she imagines it to be.

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