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Flying the Coop: The Video Game Mystery Novel (OffCide Gamer Mysteries Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The story is well-developed, the characters are entertaining, and the book is very well-written. The formatting is near perfect--a definite treat for a Kindle book.
If you love a good detective story, a little modern-day retro, or sandwiches (!), this book is for you. Looking forward to the next book in the series!
"Flying the Coop" displays a rare ability to make even what could have been mundane scenes funny and entertaining - not that there are many of those in a plot as zany as this one. But despite the unusual premise, the book remains thoroughly believable, the evidence comes to light in a logical sequence, and the foreshadowing is so smoothly done that I didn't even notice it until the foreshadowed elements came into play.
I found some parts of the ending a bit predictable, but thoroughly satisfying nonetheless. The final confrontation was tense, badass and hilarious, and despite his flaws I found myself cheering for Bernard throughout the book and especially at the ending.
All in all, if you want a good laugh, interesting characters and a light but satisfying read, you'll probably enjoy "Flying the Coop".
Loved this book. When is the next book in the series coming out?