Review: The Fourth Law of Kanaloa by @JohanTwiss

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The Fourth Law of KanaloaThe 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.

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