I got this as a freebie through Kindle Unlimited. It made sense to me up until about halfway through. I thought that was the end. Oh, noooo, it got weird. Then weirder. Then it started to almost make sense again. And then strange again.
I don’t know that I would recommend this to anyone, but after the first half of the book, I was invested. I needed to finish it.
The first half to three-quarters of the book was slow, but needed to set up the story, making me wonder why it was tagged as a thriller. The story took a hard turn during the last few chapters, clarifying why it was a thriller.
I enjoyed the book, but wish it had moved along more quickly. I would have rated it a 5 if it was a little more consistent throughout the book.
I enjoyed this story and loved how it flipped back and forth between real life and the game the characters were playing. I covered a variety of topics quickly and easily but didn’t dwell on the problems so they were not as depressing as they could have been.
It was a quick read and I would recommend it to those who like light adventure and graphic novels.
I did finally get to this book. I had to read it for class. I truly enjoyed the story, but it was wordy. I found a shorter version that gave all of the highlights, but not the nuances, so I read that, also. Both were very good books.
I am glad that I didn’t pay for this book. It was a discussion between a man and a woman about how they met and broke up and met and broke up. Blah blah blah. Great. Something boring happened every five years, but it wasn’t enough to float a whole story.
I picked this up because I enjoyed the author’s other books. I had high hopes for this book.
I really enjoyed the book, but it didn’t have as in-depth characters as the other books that I have read, so I was a little disappointed. It was a nice book but I found myself rooting against the main character at various points of her story. I wanted to see her fail because of her arrogance. It kept me intrigued for the majority of the book, though.
I would recommend this book to those who enjoyed the author’s other books, and to those who like historical fiction.