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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
The Insignificance Paradigm: Prince of Providence - Volume 1 by John Hamilton is the story of a young guy named Eleazaar. He is thrown into a new world where nothing is as it seems. Transitioning into a new world with strangers is never easy, but Eleazaar is going to learn the hard way. He is 17 years old, but he has the responsibility of someone far more experienced. He had no idea his one simple choice was going to cost him so much.
He thought he was doing the right thing, thought it was easy and would always be easy. However, his one insignificant choice changed the course of his life forever, so much so that at the end of it all, he has no idea who he is and what will become of him. Eleazaar may be only a 17-year-old, but now he has to bear the burden of his decision and stand by it. There is nothing that can stop the future and he can only deal with the consequences.
In an action-packed, fast-paced and simply amazing story, author John Hamilton has done a great job at creating a character that is relatable. Eleazaar may be young, but he is not naïve. When he knew what would become of him after he made the decision, he stood by it and fought for himself and his sanity. The atmosphere, the story arc and the way the characters were portrayed was interesting. I liked the descriptive imagery and how it painted pictures in my mind. Definitely a really good must-read for anyone who likes action, adventure and fantasy.