Review - Path of Jen: Bloodborne by Sidney Wood

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Year Published: 2016
Genre: Contemporary; Drama with tiny little bits of military in it.

Jen is an all-American teenage girl who struggles with her Iranian heritage. Hoping she will connect with the culture and traditions he values, her father takes her to visit the land of his birth. 
Her mother's worst fears are realized when Jen is kidnapped and sold into modern day slavery. 
Follow the story of an extraordinary young woman who refuses to be a victim. Cheer for her as she fights to stay alive and to ultimately find her way home.
Follow the Path of Jen.

About the Author:
Sidney A. Wood, lives in a small, sleepy town in Alaska's Matanuska Valley. In the summer, he hikes, fishes, and rides the tires off his Harley. In the winter, he throws snowballs at his beautiful wife and teenage daughters, and then laughs at their cries of betrayal with his faithful dog and partner in crime, Cuddles. Yes, he let his daughter name her (face palm).

Connect with the Author:
Author Website: Sidney Wood Author Website

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My Take on the Book:
This story took quite a different turn from the one I was expecting; and ended on a cliffhanger. I liked some of the undertones and themes that this novel had. I ended up giving this book a four star rating and got a copy in exchange for an honest review. 

Last Word:
This definitely isn't the type of story that I've read before; and quite enjoyed it - as well as looking forward to reading the second one at some stage.