The books are fast-paced and yes, pretty far out, but once I tried the second book, I became accustomed to the unrealistic elements and went with the flow.
This one started with interest, but ended with a completely off- the-reality-charts conclusion.
In between, I was engaged, but the conclusion was enough to make me wonder if I'll try another one in the series. Perhaps this series has run it course for me. I may like Gwen, Sam, the kids, and Kezia, but their adventures have become a bit frustrating.
Read in September; blog post scheduled for Feb. 15, 2021.
NetGalley/Thomas & Mercer
Thriller. March 9, 2021.