I check the Range Rover dash. The keys are in there.
The sirens are closing in. There’s a police helicopter coming over the hospital.
I have to decide. Decide right now. I can keep out of trouble. Not get involved. Just run away through the park and go home and pretend none of this has happened.
Or I can help Becca.
I stare into her eyes. Those deep blue eyes. Just for a split second.
I tell her, ‘get in the car’.
Joe and Becca uncover a deadly secret. A lethal bioweapon is about to be unleashed. Millions will suffer a terrible death.
Now they are being hunted down.
And their problems have only just begun
*A SPECIAL THANKS TO THE PUBLICIST FOR THIS REVIEW COPY*
THREE OUT OF FIVE STARS
What I Did Like: I can say I did like the characters. They were a little juvenile but I liked the way they worked together and they seemed to click naturally.
The novel was also not lacking in action which is perfect for this type of novel.
The mystery: This part wasn't obvious which I rather enjoyed. I liked all the intrigue surrounding the story.
What I Didn't Like: Although the author wanted many of the circumstances in this novel seem like happenstance, I wasn't really buying it. The weakness of this novel lies solely on the fact that things happened far too easily.
The characters just seemed to fall right into certain situations--situations that in a normal world, would never occur that way--which took away from it's believability, and my enjoyment. I actually found it to be a bit frustrating.
All in all this was a decent novel, some tweaks would have made it perfect--but so few novels are. I recommend this to people that like the thrillers, heavy on the action and light on reality.