Book Review: Blood in the water by Slater Jackson
|5 stars, 1 review|
Slater Jacksonabout this book: Blood in the Water follows a young man Jack who is thrust into a life on the run after accidentally stumbling upon state secrets. This information becomes highly valuable to Jack as he attempts to use it as leverage to evade the relentless and unforgiving senior agent assigned to bring him in dead or alive. These events act as a lightening rod for a young man to mature and also bloom from a young average person into the hero he was meant to be.
I was inspired to write this book by a shear curiosity for my own imagination. I wanted to challenge myself to write a great story, not only one that i would enjoy reading but a story that others would enjoy as well. The fugitive motif was something that i always loved in books and something that i believe brings great opportunity for suspense.
Anyone who loves a good conspiracy and a true David vs Goliath story will love this book.
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blood in the wateri thought it was great. an easy read with an enthralling plot. the main character is a gem and someone everyone can relate to. i love suspense thrillers but this one breaks the mold with some major conspiracy undertones to it. [by lianne]
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