Melanie here aka VampireLovingDork back with my review of Finding Jennifer which was given to me by the author in exchange for an honest review.
Finding Jennifer is a thriller that I have to say completely surprised me. About halfway through the book I couldn’t see how the author was going to spin out the rest of a story without boring me but I was wrong. The main character Draper and his sidekick DeCollado are very well written and I enjoyed their adventures so much that I actually contacted the author prior to writing this to see if there were any more “Draper” adventures that I could be a part of.
Filled with action I felt that this book for me only left me a little wanting when it came to the dialogue. For some reason there were times where I felt that the talking actually pulled me out from the story. All the time the writing was in the third person context I found it much easier to stay engaged.
A lot of people would probably describe this as a “guy’s book”. There is a lot of violence, not that it is particularly graphic, but it definitely reminded me of a typical “guy’s type action movie”. With that said I am always thrilled to watch those so it was a style that worked for me.
The book was fast paced and the story was an interesting one that although certain elements felt familiar it certainly didn’t feel stale and it featured twists and turns I couldn’t predict which is always a must for me.
A recommended read from me for anyone who likes a lot of action in their reading. In fact I have even put it aside for my father when he comes to visit on vacation in a couple of weeks. High praise indeed from me!
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