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The Agora Files by Adam Oster – Book Review

Agora Files

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The Agora Files is a fast-paced, unpredictable and original dystopian story. Full of action, adrenaline, excitement and adventure but with a strong, appealing human element which comes through in family dynamics and unexpected relationships. This human element is what takes the book into the next level – don’t miss this story!

4 Star

Recommended age: 12+

Title:  The Agora Files
Author: Adam Oster
Publication Date: 29 November 2013
Publisher: CreatespaceAgora Files Source: Free copy from author in exchange for honest review

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Cyrus must run for his life, but can he run from love?

When dying alone on the hot sands of the Mohave Desert, Cyrus has no regrets. He loves a challenge. Being tasked with running from San Francisco to Boston in fifteen days, while the United States government and a host of bounty hunters hunt for him, sounds like fun. Being at death’s door only a day into his trip doesn’t faze him either. It’s when he’s joined by fellow runner Eve, bringing new emotions to the surface, his confidence cracks.    — Extract from Goodreads.com

The fact that I received this copy of this book from the author does not influence my policy to write an honest review.

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