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Book Review: Immoral by Brian Freeman

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A difficult relationship between a deviously malicious teenage daughter and her mother center this book, and the relationships she harbors and spirits she destroys jerk your mind into having real opinions about these people. The book will take you across the country and join everyone into a web of crazy truths that will leave you saying “No F****ng Way” page after page! You’ll look forward to following rugged Jonathan Stride through his torn life of solving crimes and balancing love, while at the same time, becoming immersed in the lived of these characters, which are described very much like real-life personalities.

I don’t like to rush through books; I savor them, as i did with this book, which I spent a summer reading, and it was a very enjoyable time. I looked forward to reading this book at the end of each day, eager to know about the mysteries that awaited. Brian Freeman did a hell of a job employing twists and turns without confusing the reader, and his ability to intertwine these characters was immaculate.

This book was a great addition to my library. I am not much of a mystery person, but this book made it into my library.

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©C.J. Leger February 28, 2015

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Update: C.J. Leger LeafMarks Librarian

We love to keep you up to date with our accomplishments and expansions, so we are updating the status of C.J Leger’s online presence. As of February 26, C.J. Leger has expanded her online activities to include the titles of:

  • Professional Reader and Book Reviewer on NetGalley
  • LeafMarks Librarian

Currently C.J. Leger can be connected with via the following portals:

C.J. Leger will continue to review books here and on all of her reading networks and bring prepublication reviews, as well as updating the LeafMarks book database and networking with publishers for galleys.

-Katherine Satterthwaite