Just like with Murder on the Naval Base, I personally reviewed this book for the author. Enjoy!
Title: Voice of Conscience
Author: Behcet Kaya
Synopsis: “Author Behcet Kaya, in his first novel Voice of Conscience, transports his readers to the land of his birth, bringing to life all of the sights, sounds and smells of a place steeped in centuries of tradition and exacting customs. Calling upon his own life experiences he weaves a story of love and revenge that plays itself out on three continents.”
In his first novel, Voice of Conscious, Behcet Kaya brings readers on an adventure of life, culture, and ultimate tragedy. Following protagonist Ramzi Jr. Ozcomert from childhood to adulthood on three different continents, an extreme story of murder, love, and revenge is creatively and beautifully depicted.
Kaya lends his familiarity of Turkey, along with his own personal experiences, to captivate readers from the very beginning. His words are descriptive, allowing you to escape fully into the story. Singing to the tune of Shakespeare, Behcet Kaya is a rare breed of modern day authors who is able to weave an emotional and strong work of literature.
Voice of Conscious can be summed up into one word: powerful. This is a book that will captivate, forcing you to read until the very end, and then going back to read it again. Behcet Kaya has truly created something special, and it is not a book to be passed up!
Purchase it at Amazon.com here: Voice of Conscience
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*Note: The synopsis was taken from Amazon.com. The review above is written by me. © Kalie Lyn 2011*