Thursday, June 30, 2011

NEW REVIEW: Elbert Lewis Jr. - The Dawn of Man

The Dawn of MANElbert Lewis, Jr.
The Dawn of Man
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2 out of 5 books

Mark Olson is a law school graduate, former Marine and trained federal investigator. Mark and his partner are on assignment investigating the brutal murder and rape of a young black girl named Treanna Johnson. While interviewing some of Treanna's teachers, Mark saw someone that looked familiar...moreso a ghost from the past. Could it be his old marine buddy that served with him in Vietnam 40 years ago? The same man that he saw killed? If so, why does he looks like he has not aged? And how could this be?

These questions are soon to be answered. Logan is a teacher that took an interest in Treanna Johnson and wants nothing more that those responsible for the death of Treanna to be brought to Justice. Really, that should be the furthest thing from Logan's mind since the whole planet may cease to exist in the near future and will be responsible for saving the human race.

Dawn of Man by Elbert Lewis Jr. was a very difficult read for me due to the scientific otherworld terminology and details. The story started out decent enough and then soon became dull and, for lack of a better word, boring. Although, I am not really a reader of science fiction, maybe readers who enjoy this genre may get into this book more than I did. Mr. Lewis is definitely a thought provoking author but unfortunately, this just wasn't my cup of tea.

Reviewed by Leona for Urban Reviews

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