Sunday, January 26, 2014

Blog Tour: The Running Game by L.E. Fitzpatrick

The Running Game by LE Fitzpatrick

Her father called it the running game. Count the exits, calculate the routes. Always be ready to run because they'll always be coming for you. Whatever happens, they'll always be coming for you.

Rachel had let her guard down and they had found her. She could run now, leave the city and try her luck beyond the borders, but with no money and a dark secret to hide her chances of survival are slim.

But then she meets two brothers with a dangerous past and secrets of their own. Can they help her turn the game around?

This is the first installment of the Reacher series. Set in a grim and not too distant future, this urban thriller will keep you hooked until the last page.

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Interesting storyline, believable characters, and plenty of twists make this a fun read. I enjoyed how the author's writing style just pulls you in and makes you visualize her world. The characters are well developed and complex, no flat, unexciting characters will be found here!

The story was interesting to me. I love dystopian stories and would have enjoyed learning more about how the wold became the way it is in this book. The supernatural element really added to the story. I was tense at times through the book, waiting, wondering what would happen and how it would all turn out.

All in all, I enjoyed the book and look forward to reading the next one in the series.

About the author

L E Fitzpatrick was born in Hull, East Yorkshire, but now lives in West Wales, with her family plus lots of dogs and cats. She manages an office, volunteers as a room steward for the National Trust and also supports independent authors as a proofreader and beta reader. She obviously has no spare time because of this, but if she did it would probably be invested in walking in the countryside and enjoying the peace and quiet.

L E Fitzpatrick published her first series Dark Waters in 2011 and is currently working on her Reacher series.

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