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Description (From Amazon)
When Kevin learns of his mountain town's evil past, he must struggle to understand his father's part in it and how it affects himself.
I found the description of this book to be very vague but it is hard to describe anymore without giving away too much. That being said, I do think it should be made clear that this is a very short story (it took me about 10 minutes to read) and would perhaps be better as part of a collection of short stories rather than as a book on it's own.
The main character is very well formed and you can really get into his head, but the story is a little predictable. Other reviewers mentioned they found it scary and from that I was expecting a horror story, but I actually find it quite mild.
Overall The Mountain City Bronzes is an enjoyable, if short, read. I give it 4 out of 5.
Disclaimer: I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.