I struggled with rating to give this book, but I finally decided it deserved a low five-star rating for many reasons. First of all, it is exceptionally well-written. In fact, it is almost on the level of modern American authors. Rebecca McKinsey is up for the challenge of writing such an unusual book, and I look forward to the other books in the series.
Secondly, this book is a mystery/thriller, and I am amazed at what is not in this book. Almost without exception, this genre of books is full of sex and profanity. You won’t find either in this book. That’s right! A clean thriller? Yes, indeed. Not even any descriptive violence. But it certainly doesn’t mean it’s boring.
And finally, the twists and turns are unlike anything I have ever read. You will not leave this book with a resolved ending. In fact, you will probably be more confused than you were at the beginning of the book. Thankfully, the book is not too long, but don’t be fooled. It is not an easy-read book!
I can’t say that there is anything I expressly did not like except that it was a very strange read. I found myself getting lost more than once. And sometimes I just felt like I was reading words, and they were no sinking in. But all these issues are minor. If you are looking for something completely different that is a clean book, this book is for you.
I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. I was not financially compensated, and all opinions are 100 percent mine.