They Called Me Wyatt by Natasha Tynes

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5

Synopsis: The novel starts by getting to know Siwar as a young girl growing up in Jordan. We learn of her upbringing, the rules, and the challenges she faces here. She works hard for a scholarship to Maryland University and makes the jump to live in the US. On her 25th birthday celebration, Siwar is murdered, and the police rule it as a suicide.

However, Siwar’s consciousness survives inside a little boy from Seattle who was born at the same moment of her death. Fast-forward 22 years and for reason’s Wyatt can’t explain he is drawn to the Middle East and comes across the death of Siwar. It becomes his all-consuming goal to solve the mystery surrounding her death and he will stop at nothing to bring justice to Siwar and her family.

Review: *I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review*

What. A. Book. It is entirely different then what I’ve ever read before but I absolutely loved it. The author painted such a wonderful picture of these characters that I was instantly drawn into this strange world and mystery. I loved the characters and the unique voice of Siwar. Everything just felt so real while also being completely inventive.

Also – I was completely stumped with the outcome of this novel and definitely did not see it coming – I love when authors can throw twists in that throw you off!!

This is such a beautiful novel by Natasha Tynes and I definitely recommend it! Publication date is expected for June 11, 2019.

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