The Fourth Law of Kanaloa by Johan Twiss
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
In The Fourth Law of Kanaloa, Maris thought she had escaped the worst of things when she came to live in Hawaii, using her music to make a life for herself. But her world changes when she’s caught by the attack on Pearl Harbor, and a mysterious man comes from the depths to save her.
I was expecting something interesting, probably good, maybe even great. What I got blew my mind.
This story packs a novel worth of emotion into a novelette worth of space. I love Maris’s journey, the splash of Hawaiian mythology, and the touches of fantasy and history. It’s a beautiful tale for anyone short on time or big on short stories and appropriate for a wide range of audiences.
A timeless tale that will transport you through time without eating all your time.
Okay, I’ll stop now.
But seriously, if you’re on the fence, just go ahead and pick up The Fourth Law of Kanaloa. You won’t regret it.
**This book is clean, and the author is committed to keeping his books clean. Trigger warning – there is the allusion to attempted rape.