Wednesday, July 01, 2009

Right of Thirst by Frank Huyler

Right of Thirst by Frank Huyler the narrator a cardiologist feels empty after his wife's death of cancer. He decides to join a humanitarian relief organization that is setting up a refugee camp in an unnamed Islamic country. When he arrives he finds no refugees only villagers, a troubled army officer and a German geneticist. This is definitely in the literature category. I've found the language occasionally a touch over the top. There's actually a plot here which is nice. Much is made of the interaction between the three major characters. The characterization is excellent.


Note: this was provided by the publisher for review.

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