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Reviewed by Kristie Ingerto for Readers' Favorite
I found "Class Collision" by Annette Mackey to be engrossing and satisfying. The characters, specifically David, are realistic and well-developed. A great deal is learned about the characters from their relationships with each other and how they interact. David's point of view really made the book easy and enjoyable to read.
The book begins with the family enjoying breakfast on atypical day. Maybe not atypical day for most readers as mother is giving the servants their orders for the day, but the whole scene is so realistic that the reader is pulled into the room with the family. David is a boy living a life of luxury. He is adored by his mother, tortures the household servants and is a leader to his older brother Alex. One day life changes when Alex and David are kidnapped and held for ransom. David is not in control, and his life drastically changes. Once David meets Linda his life is changed once However, she does not know who David is.
This book is jam-packed with the things that make a book enjoyable to read - likable characters, relationships, emotions, conflict, mystery, and romance. The ending will leave you wanting more as you will be drawn into the characters' lives.