Wednesday, 29 April 2020
LA Knight by Amy Wolf (book review)
L.A. Knight by Amy Wolf
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
This was a free download from the author in return for an honest review.
Elaine Sommers' single life in Los Angeles is rudely interrupted by the arrival of 'Chris', a chivalrous knight magically transported from Dark Ages England to modern day LA in order to retrieve holy artefacts and save the world from evil.
This is a daft romp, the literary equivalent of a TV movie. Everything conveniently falls into place without feeling the need for lengthy explanation. I've never been to LA but I'm sure the kids on the beach won't speak or behave like this, characterisation is as much a as the plot.
If you can get this for under a pound/dollar then there are worse ways to spend an afternoon. Couldn't recommend paying more than that though.
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