Tyrants and Traitors by Joshua McHenry Miller [Review]

32315339Title: Tyrants and Traitors
Author: Joshua McHenry Miller
Type: Fiction
Genre: YA, Action & Adventure, Ancient Civilization
Publisher: Blue Ink Press
Date published: October 10, 2016
Format: Paperback
Page Count: 286
Source: Publisher

A physical copy of the book was kindly provided by the publisher, in exchange for an honest review.

Summary: “Find the traitor hiding within Israel,” the seer warns Niklas, “or our nation will be enslaved and your hometown slaughtered.”

So, no pressure.

Niklas, a fifteen-year-old shepherd, spent his whole life dreaming of revolt against the hygiene-adverse Philistines, but when the all-but-impossible mission is thrust upon him, he starts to rethink the whole hero business. What chance does the daring schemer have when lions, the Mad King, and a literal giant stand in his way?

As Niklas races to uncover the hidden traitor, conspiracies and armies converge on the nation—with his hometown directly in the crossfire.

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WWW Wednesday (#3)


I’ve sort of skipped over this post for almost a month now, because Wednesdays have just been super super busy! But since I had the worst luck today while trying to make it to an interview 1.5-2 hours away, I now have some free time which I had not planned for. I will try not to sounds too depressed while I write this post of you guys!

So, what is WWW Wednesdays all about? I will post a quote from the hostess’s post from today (on Taking on the World of Words), because I think that she explains it better than I could:

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