Monday, March 14, 2016

Threats of the Sky and Sea by Jennifer Ellision

Threats was actually a pretty good book. The pace was deliberately slow in a way that served the purpose of book and of the plot. The writing style was traditional, mixed with modern, and the result is a masterpiece. The shocker at the end was unexpected, but when I reviewed the earlier clues, I had that brilliant "Aha!" moment. I do want to clarify that this is by no means a forgettable book; the way the book is structured allows for the reader to fully appreciate the big reveal at the end. After all, isn't that how the real world works anyway?