Tuesday, 18 November 2014
Suspicion by Alexandra Monir (Review)
This book is very attention grabbing with its espionage and betrayal. It's complex mystery holds the readers attention and fires their imagination. I really enjoyed the complexity in Suspicion, because when everything connects in a story, my mind explodes. One of my only complaints about this book is the story length distribution. I believe the rising action in this novel took just a wee bit too long. It got to the dreaded point of boredom. It is a definite chance of a drop read. (Drop read: a book so boring the reader drops it like it's hot, and never finishes the book) Which would be sad, because if you can survive the lump of boredom, it definitely becomes worth it with it's on-slot of surprises and twists that you will never see coming. So if you start reading Suspicion, hold in! It will all be worth it in the end. I give Suspicion the esteemed four out of five stars!
*Advanced Readers Copy Review*