The Urban Boys: Discovery of the Five Senses

K.N. Smith
Two Petals Publishing (2015)
ISBN: ? 978-0989474757
Reviewed by Lily Andrews for Reader Views (12/2022)

“The Urban Boys: Discovery of the Five Senses” is a fascinating and facile second edition fantasy by K.N. Smith, an award-winning writer who appeals in both charisma and passion in promoting innovations, talents, and natural endowments, globally. 

The books prologue grips with shock and alarm, when a squabble between one authoritative Joaquin and his friend Ross quickly spins into a dreadful and gruesome sight, and one that may take forever to rub off the minds of Della and Juson, a loving couple who stumbles across the two during an adventure of their lifetime in the forest.

This quickly follows up with the creation of a beast incarnate, whose character has been deeply influenced by a series of childhood distress, traumas, and a sense of neglect. At one point, readers may find themselves feeling sorry for the crook, but again the author proficiently jolts them back to the harsh reality that there can never be justification for choosing evil.

Two friends, Alex and Jordan are among other teens endowed with heightened senses, a discovery that quickly develops their courage and determination for a major task at hand. They will not rest until Sandry Lake, Danville Heights, and Lavender Quarry have been rid of the difficult and disenchanted hooligan, whose maxim roosted on causing havoc while transforming the pleasant cities into uninhabitable areas with no food, security, or electricity.

The stirring and adrenaline-filled scenes, nervous dialogues, and incredible finishing total up into a solid satire, well told to substantiate the power of good over evil, in a world where the two seem to have an unending wrangle. Palpable storytelling is the embodiment of Smith’s work, revealing a tale that is facetious and moving and one that stands out as a requisite confidence booster when one is faced with intimidating incidents and rivals that threaten peace and quietness.

“The Urban Boys: Discovery of the Five Senses” is overall a five-star stunning and refreshing story by a master novelist, who has delivered in both creative thinking and composition, a well-refined skill that once again places her work at the top of the chart for best-written mystery, adventure, and fantasy novel. Lovers of these genres will aptly brighten up with satisfaction from this beautiful, well-penned, and magical pick. I recommend it to readers of all ages, though it’s best suited to fascinate teenagers and the youth.

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