Living The Oath Review

Dominico comes from a very strong family in Italy. After refusing to join the military, his arrest becomes inevitable. It’s then that his family receives some luck and are given all they need to move to America. Dominico is given another chance and a fresh start in America. Will he make the right choices or will he go down dark paths?I really adored this book! I actually felt like I was a part of the people around me. Dominico starts as a very troubled thief who crosses a capo and gets on his bad side. He finds friendship and a mentor with a man he meets in prison who takes him under his wing. I just couldn’t help but adore many of the characters in this book. Yes, they weren’t exactly on the side of the law, but all of them were honorable and doing what they felt was the best thing. Especially Dominico. He did right by the people he loved and cared for.The only thing I had a problem with was that some of the time forwards weren’t really marked. At the beginning, they were pretty decently marked out, but at the end, it kind of stopped. I didn’t realize what year the last part was until the very end. Other than that, the flow was great. There were hardly any typos if there were any at all. It was great.I fully recommend this book. It was a very moving book. I actually felt like I was a full out member of the Family. I felt like I was a part of the world that I was immersed in. It was wonderful. I didn’t want to stop reading it! 5 StarsFormat: E-Book On Kindle

Source: Living The Oath Review


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