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Book Review: Trial Run

Book review Trial run

In the beginning, this book reminded me of a 5000 piece jigsaw puzzle: not easily put together, but worth the effort. I trust Thomas Locke (Davis Bunn). I know him to be a crafter of amazing stories. And Trial Run is no exception.

As with so many of his other books, the author does a masterful job of developing the personalities of the characters. I could relate to their struggles and fears.

One of my favorite lines: “…my heart says, we have all been drawn together for purposes beyond our wildest dreams.”

This is my first book to read and review in this genre. I found it to be fast paced, with enough twists to keep me interested. And the subject was intriguing. It kept meBook review Trial runthinking as well as entertained.

Some readers were put off by the “non-ending” to the story. Knowing there was more to come did the opposite for me. I’m ready for more.

I would highly recommend this story and that the reader also consider reading the prequel, Double Edge.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from Revell in exchange for my honest review.

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