Book Review: The Paths We Choose by Robert Standen

Our protagonist wakes up to find he remembers nothing, where he is, who he is, why he’s there is all a mystery to him but despite his amnesia he has instincts that propel him out of captivity to piece together the web in which he’s caught. Once he realises the peril he’s in he draws on all his resources to end an imminent threat to the world, but can he do it alone.

This action/mystery thriller read very much like a graphic novel or a plot for a computer game. I really enjoyed reading the plot as it gradually revealed itself and although this isn’t the kind of read where you need or expect great characterisation or layers of depth it is extremely addictive reading.

An action thriller not to be missed. This book is available to read for free to Kindle Unlimited subscribers.

Links To Book:
Amazon UK
Amazon US
Goodreads

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8 thoughts on “Book Review: The Paths We Choose by Robert Standen

  1. Remember L.P. Davies? He got lots and lots of mileage out of plots centered around a protagonist with amnesia. And sometimes he came up with a character who couldn’t tell what world he was in. Davies was one of a kind–sadly, mostly forgotten by now.

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