Monday, April 14, 2014

Book Review:
Mortom by Erik Therme

I love this book! I read the first couple of chapters, put it down for a couple of days and then read the rest in one sitting because I just couldn't put it down.

It's suspenseful, fast-moving, twisty and, at times, funny. I especially like the interaction between brother and sister Andy and Kate. The other relationships they develop, or redevelop, are interesting as well.

The story centers around a game -- could it be a wild goose chase? -- Andy and Kate's cousin Craig has Andy going on after Craig's death. Puzzles are solved, long-kept secrets are revealed and question after question is raised about Craig's life, as well as Andy's and Kate's.

As I said, I couldn't put it down. Lost an hour or so of sleep, but it was well worth it. I'll definitely be looking for Erik Therme's next book.

5 of 5

I received a free copy of this book from Library Thing in exchange for an honest review.

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