Friday, January 17, 2020

Weekend Reads: Convergence by Clare Revell (Katie)

Weekend Reads (Katie)

Review of Convergence by Clare Revell

Clare Revell excels at the creepy and fun psychological thriller. Convergence was a quick, intriguing read filled with time travel, mystery, and a battle in the mind between good and evil.

Etta is our main character, and she’s in love with the man of—or rather, from—her dreams. Trouble is, he doesn’t really exist. Does he?

Here are a few things I loved about Convergence:

The sharp wit of the main character 
The creepy factor of the villain (the dark man)
The mysteries of the real versus the imagined

If you like mysteries of the mind (I do!!!), time travel, and lots of sharp wit than you will definitely want to give this one a try. The book releases in just a few days (yay!), and you can find it online here.

I mentioned Clare excells at these types of books, so I thought I’d give a little extra proof of that (because if you like this one you’re going to want more!). Last year, I read Clare’s Down In Yon Forrest (check it out on Goodreads!). It had a similar tone, and I absolutely loved it so keep that in mind for the future.

 Happy reading!

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