Editorial Review: Special Interest : Clash of the Titans by Aaron T Knight | Inkish Kingdoms

Aaron T. Knight starts an adventurous story of saving the world from fossil fuels, which is an unbelievable strong premise to dive into this book. The novel gives a feeling of Dan Brown’s adventures through the world for the sake of protecting someone or something. Joe had to move to DC to work for the government after his life spirals into chaos when his wealthy fiancé dumps him ruining his personal and professional life. Nonetheless, Joe puts his best foot forward until he starts losing everything when some supernatural incidents begging to happen in his expensive garden. 

T. Knight does a great job during the exposition of the story. He mixes small supernatural events with a farfetched scientific discovery taking the reluctant main character into a dangerous quest that honestly seems easy to get out of form. As the story progresses, the reader recognizes questionable behaviors and plot lines in the story. For instance, in the middle of a security crisis, Joe acts too plain about the physical appearance of the nearly unique female character, Dru. Joe behaves possessively over her, even though they just met, but some readers could find this as a way to lighten the story with a fun tone.

Special Interest does not go stale because the events force Joe into a “horrible” paid first-class trip to international settings, touristic sightseen, and adventurous events. More secondary characters join these misadventures, adding extra layers of hilarious absurdity. However, as seen in major action movies, Special Interest does not rely on veracity or fact accuracy to impress and entertain the audience. To start with the unlimited government-level budget to unsuccessfully protect the main character, which lightly points out an incredible plot twist, and closing with the highspeed persecution in a futuristic machine. 

As the story progresses, twists, and turns the characters around, the reader might not miss the opportunity to laugh and gasp when reading the climax. Special Interest is a quick humous read perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon.

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