A Jeri Review : Distant Cousins by Eric Huffbind


Rating: 2 stars out of 5

This was a new to me author. And I hate to say it, but it will be the first and last I read of his. While the premise was ok, and the DNA stuff unique, the writing was just amateurish.
Konnor is a straight up brat. A 30 year old whiny brat. Yes, he had a huge shock. But come on. Act like a 30 year old, not a 13 year old. There was never any introspection at all. He was completely selfish, never once trying to see things from his parents point of view.
And no one- NO ONE- mentions that maybe he doesn’t look like anyone in the family? Or maybe he does and that is odd as well?
When he meets Aaron he is a bit of a bumbling idiot. I get it, Aaron is really David a famous singer. And Aaron doesn’t warn him? But anyway, he continues with the bumbling idiot routine and things get repeated and repeated and repeated.
The story had a completely unnecessary accident in it.
The mystery of who his biological parents are was ‘solved’ way too easily and at the end of the book. There were no false leads, no mystery, no nothing.
I rolled my eyes so much during the reading of this I had to take advil because my eyes hurt.
Sorry, not sorry. This was not a good book.
Cover art: Eric Huffbind.

Sales Links:


Amazon US

Amazon UK


Book Details:
Kindle Edition, 282 pages
Published September 28th 2018 by Eric Huffbind
Edition LanguageEnglish

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