2020 Reading Challenge

2020 Reading Challenge
Jill Elizabeth has read 6 books toward her goal of 240 books.

Book Review: 29 Seconds by T.M. Logan

T. M. Logan writes some very cool thrillers… They tend to be family-based, and involve impossible decisions and choices. The situations that these otherwise average people find themselves thrown into are just plausible enough to suck you right into the drama and make you wonder what you would do if you found yourself in a similar circumstance. The result is a heady mixture of entertainment, engagement, and surprisingly deep thinking about morality and choices and what we are willing to do to protect those around us, and it makes for a great read! (If you’re curious, I reviewed Lies on GoodReads.)

Unfortunately, the predicament Sarah finds herself in is all-too common. The ways she goes about trying to, and ultimately managing how to, deal with it are where the magic happens. Logan has a very engaging and easy writing style, and his characters are very well developed and a great mixture of human foibles and strength. It makes them very relatable, which helps with the immersive feel of the read. The plot lines here were, as with his previous title Lies, more involved than they seemed at first blush, and the revelations and misdirections were scattered in with just the right amount of detail and spot-on timing to keep me thoroughly engaged from start to finish.

My review copy was provided by NetGalley.

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