Expire by Danielle Girard
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
As the book before #3 ended with a cliffhanger, I was really looking forward to reading this book and started it soon after it was delivered to my Kindle.
Currently looking good, 4 or 5 stars, I guess. Also looks like a fast read, page-turner, which suits me currently. On the third day of reading I am a third into the book.
My only fears are that it may be too short and again ending with a cliffhanger and then the waiting time for the next book?!
Starting with a twist.
OK, so maybe 5 stars is a bit much. But I liked how the multiple POV and short chapters came together. Ending was bit too sweet, but ok. No vigilante killing, so that was a plus and the problems with investigating something alone while trying to do your normal police job was VERY well balanced. Also no "going places alone, stumble into an obvious trap and no-one knows where you are (or even misses you)". So that's a plus. The scene in the WASP/Aryan-Nation country played out well, with Hal (being black) doing everything right, even though it irked him.
Everything played out logically and while at times it was a bit repetitive, it was a good page-turner, helped by the changing POV and again the short chapters.
Not for all, others might think this is a 3 star book, and might question my 5 stars. These are more 4.5 rounded up and together with the last book - which ended in a cliffhanger.
Recommended, like the whole series so far.
View all my reviews