Ginger Snapped Book Review

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Title: Ginger Snapped

Author: Chloe Sunstone

Genre: Mystery/Technothirller

Pages: 300

AISBN: B07JNGGC8X

Book Blurb: How does an amazing professional opportunity descend into a living nightmare? 

Carefree Ginger's motto of “Work Hard, Play Harder” shapes her life. So when her husband, Jake, gets a job offer on the other side of the country, she is up for the adventure.

But after Jake accepts the promotion, nothing is as expected. While Ginger remains in Cleveland to sell their house, she is plagued by strange prank calls, premonition-like nightmares, and the feeling that she is being watched. Is Jake's new job putting her in danger? 

Unfortunately, she ignores her intuition and soon finds herself face to face with a ruthless killer. Trapped in a deadly world of corporate corruption and murderous greed, she must overcome her own fears and rely on her wits if she plans to survive.

Although the first in the Ginger Gibson series, this is a standalone book.

Rating: 4.2/5

Cover: B+

Review: Ginger snapped is a well put together story. It's classified as a cyber-thriller. Now, this genre isn't my normal type, but I wanted to branch out. The pace wasn't too bad, but there were a few spots where my attention veered. That could be because I'm used to reading Fantasy novels. The character development gets a B. The World building gets an A-. The cover is nicely done. It was the cover that pulled me into the book. If you like thrillers, I would recommend that you give this novel a shot.

The cover gets a B+ from me. I am a lover of book covers, but this one has a lot going on. A bit too much.

If you like thrillers….I do recommend this story. As I stated earlier, it’s a good story just not my genre.

Overall, I give the book 4.2/5.0 stars. I do recommend this book, but as I said, it isn't my genre.