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Chasing The White Lion by James R. Hannibal | Review



Only last year was I introduced to James Hannibal's writing. I remember reading the plot line of The Gryphon Heist and thinking "wow, that sounds really good". 
I of course, read it and immediately fell in love with his books. 
(Many of you may remember the review I did of The Gryphon Heist and the interview I released with James regarding that book)



I was ecstatic when I heard that Chasing The White Lion would be released this month. I've been looking forward to reading it for a long time and after signing up to review it was rather excited about checking mail each day to see if it would be in.  Alas, when it came in I had to wait a couple days to read it thanks to one of my sisters (who shall remain unnamed) who took the book and read it first. 

I finally got to read it and wow, y'all! I truly can't decide whether Chasing The White Lion or The Gryphon Heist is my favorite. They are both just so good!  


Filled with mystery, intrigue, humor, & more literally every member of your family will love Chasing The White Lion.

Chasing The White Lion continues the storyline of The Gryphon Heist. Each character is growing, some are finding faith and others are still struggling.  I love the suspense/mystery that is in these books. I love the hints of romance we're seeing between some characters. But most of all I want to give a shoutout to James for featuring Compassion and the great work they're doing in this book. If you've never heard of them, go visit their website to find out more info.

I know this sounds crazy coming from a avid book reader & book reviewer but I am extremely picky about my books.  Because while I read a lot there's only about 5-6 authors that I count among my favorites and James is one of them.  He's an exceptionally talented author and I hope you'll check out Chasing The White Lion which released earlier this month as well as his other books. 

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Disclosure: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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