The Encampment by Stephen Davenport

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The Encampment by Stephen Davenport

1SheriAWilkinson
Giu 2, 2020, 11:47am

The Encampment by Stephen Davenport

Sylvia is the Daughter of the head of a prestigious boarding School. She and her best friend Elizabeth encounter a homeless man (Christopher). They decide to help, bring him food, clothing and such. She is determined to help this man even if it means breaking the (school) rules. What they do not know is he is a Veteran of the Iraq war, suffering from PTSD.

A fast paced original story with an intriguing plot and well developed characters. Sylvia is curious, caring and often impulsive. Her Mother takes her job seriously and loves her Daughter. Christopher is very likable, he has been through so much. I wanted to see him achieve everything possible, achieve inner peace and live a good life.

Overall I found The Encampment enjoyable. Although this is book three in the series, I was able to understand what was happening. I would like to read the first two books, to get to know the characters a (bit) better. I recommend to Y/A as well as Adult Readers.