Book Review: Tallow Jones


Tallow Jones


Title: Tallow Jones Wizard Detective (Tallow Jones, Book 1)
Author: Trevor H. Cooley, Narrator: Andrew Tell
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by: Shakera
Genre: Fantasy
Publisher: M. Stratton
Date of Release: September 27, 2017, December 14, 2017
Pages: 371, (12 hours, 5 minutes)
Format: Audio (AudioBook Boom!)

Just when you think the world is normal and everything is fine, you find out (the hard way) there are other worlds out there and human trafficking is happening between them. There’s something funky happening with a certain travel agency in Atlanta and Atlanta’s finest are keeping an eye on them… but so is Asher Jones… who is making more headway than Atlanta PD. When Asher goes missing, things go awry and it’s Uncle Tallow to the rescue.¬†Problem? No one has ever heard of Uncle Tallow! Ashers’s sister, Agatha, is skeptical at best, but if Uncle Tallow can help find Asher, then let’s do it!

There are incredible twists and turns and extremely interesting developments. There laugh out loud moments and moments where I was eagerly anticipating what would happen next. The humor and sarcasm were fantastic. Andrew Tell was a fantastic narrator. The personality given to Agatha was perfect. She was a no-nonsense 8-year-old, and I loved it. It was a nice start to the series. I look forward to book 2!

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