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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
The Two Wolves is the third novel in the Dying Truth Exposed series by Marcus Abston, continuing the story of Annabelle as she moves forward in her life with her Cherokee family. Being married to John was the best decision of her life. Now that they had children, Joseph, David, Rain, Jannie, and Jonathan, the couple was happy with their blessings. However, good times didn’t last long for them. An incident with Lisa shocked everyone, but it was the kidnapping of children in their little community of Tahlequah that shook everyone up. To make matters worse, the Indian Agents were hot on their heels and wanted to cause chaos. Standing in front of it all were John and Annabelle. Would they be able to save their family in the face of adversity and confront trouble head-on?
Author Marcus Abston did a fantastic job of creating a believable yet very entertaining story. I loved Annabelle’s progress. This time, we met a young mother of four who fiercely protected her family like a lioness. I was heartbroken by what happened with Lisa, but she turned out to be a trouper. As expected, the descriptions were out of this world! The background building was almost alive. I felt like I was right beside Annabelle as she navigated one hurdle after the other to find a corner of peace for herself and her family. The dialogue felt crisp and a lot more revealing. The Two Wolves showcased the growth of Abston’s characters and revealed how far they had come in their quest for happiness and acceptance. The theme of family and safety were prevalent, but so was self-reflection. I would highly recommend this series to everyone who enjoys historical fiction.