The Fish that Climbed a Tree by Kevin Ansbro – Review by Karyn Taylor

The Fish That Climbed a TreeThe Fish That Climbed a Tree by Kevin Ansbro
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the first book I have read by this author so was unsure what to expect. Also, I’ve been stepping out of my comfort zone a bit recently and reading different genres so again was tentative about reading this. All I can say is that I loved it. Not quite sure exactly which genre it fits as it could fall into many. It has supernatural, religion, thriller, crime and a bit of romance too.
Although mainly centred around Henry Drummond, there are many characters with a major role in the book. Kevin Ansbro does an amazing job of creating characters that you love, hate, despise and just about every other emotion. The evil Pascal and Yuri are so well written, you get really into their heads and see what makes them the evil gits that they are. Sebastian is another story – on my god can he get his head any further up his own backside!! I loved Henry and Amber, especially the way in which Amber deals with Henry’s poshness (is that even a word?) My favourite character is Mr O’Connor, Henry’s landlord. I love just how he took Henry under his wing and became a father figure to him encouraging him in his ambition to be an author.
Honestly I could write forever about the characters in this book as they are so wonderful. I’m so glad that I stepped out of my comfort zone and tried something different.

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