Book Reviews: Blood and Justice by Rayven T. Hillcategories: Book, Serial Killer
Author: Rayven T. Hill
Publisher: Ray of Joy Publishing
HookedI was hooked from the very first page. Along with the main characters, there were a couple of quirky ones that made it very enjoyable. I would like to have seem a little more characterization, but overall the main ones were well developed. I loved the villian, Jeremy, even though I know we are supposed to hate him, he is very interesting.
This book is very well put together and the story flows nicely. His writing style reminds me a little bit of James Patterson with action and suspense all the way through. I look forward to his next book.
Pleasantly SurprisedRayven T. Hill is a new author and I wasn't expecting a lot but was pleasantly surprised. This book doesn't have a lot of long-winded and boring details or filler, lots of action and intriguing situations. It was hard to put down and I truly enjoyed every page. It was fun to watch the good guys as well as the bad guy, and how they finally come together. Great characters, sometimes humorous, always interesting, I hope Hill has more to come.
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