“We all look at white crime and black crime differently.” ― Andrew Mayne, Looking Glass

Kindle Unlimited, Amazon Publisher, Ereader, crime, thriller, funny, best book of the year, recommended reads, the naturalist, Andrew Meyer, fiction, fast reads.

Tech Summary: Read from October 16, 2018, to October 20, 2018.

Hello book royalists!

You have read the previous review of the first book of this saga! I hope you did though. I read this one even faster than the previous one and I like it a great deal! So let’s see how it went!

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From the clutches of hell and death, Andrew Meyer takes his readers through the judgmental and provoking path of a scientist towards truth. An absorbing, smart, witty, action packed, and pulse rushing story where Andrew helps Theo outsmart everybody but mainly his readers. – Inkish Kingdoms

I flew faster through this book that the first one and I am dying to read the third installment of this saga! This has been one of the best books that I have read through this year, although the first one was way better than this one.

I understand that the whole situation and happenings on this book are way different from the first one, but I believe that the author might have recycled a few of his ideas and text from the first book. This might be me missing some things from the subject matter expert, but he uses the same serial killers in his writing. I know there are a lot of serial killers in the states, but I am unsure if they all fit the profile of the author style and the author of the killers in the book.

I like, and honestly, I was expecting and suspected what happened in this book to be like this. Mainly for how the book started and what he is doing now. I love the whole technology that they have in their position and I am not sure if that exists or if it is possible to exist. This book, as the previous one, is so “terrifying” and I can imagine the bodies buried and the bones around. Another part I liked a lot about this book is the twist on the motif of the supernatural.

I cannot say anything else from the narrator of the audiobook since it is the same, and I am so reading more books narrated by him. Totally worth my 4 days reading, and the sevenish hours I spend on this book!

So, the kingdom has given this book:

4 coronas

It seems that your majesty is pleased and the knights have spoken!

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