The Canary List: A Novel by Sigmund Brouwer
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Title: The Canary List
Author: Sigmund Brouwer
Publisher: Waterbrook Press
The Canary List is a masterfully crafted, chilling, and thought-provoking story written by Sigmund Brouwer about a twelve-year old girl named Jaimie Piper who has no difficulty detecting evil in people.
Jaime is a twelve-year old girl that has been in and out of foster homes since she was an infant. Due to her attitude and behavior she has been placed in classes for challenged students where she comes in contact with, teacher, Crockett Grey. Crocket has his on agenda in the beginning; he just wants to relive the anniversary of his daughter’s death. But that is not to be. Jaimie comes to him terrified and begging for his help which starts them on a downward spiral of bizarre events that leads them to the Vatican.
I will definitely pass this book on to others with a recommendation for reading. Mr. Brouwer grabbed my attention and kept it throughout the book with his masterful crafting of the story web.
The Canary List was provided by Waterbook Press free of charge for an honest review. The opinions in this review are my own.
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