The Girl in Black Pajamas (Pajama Trilogy Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Like the first book in the series (The Girl in White Pajamas) The Girl in Black Pajamas jumped right into the mystery with a shooting on page 1. When reading the first book I wondered if I had missed something since the story jumped so quickly into the middle of the lives of the characters. This time I KNEW it was book 2... so there was no wondering. Still... the writing style is clever in a way that has me feeling a little lost and in need of a "catch up". For me, this is exactly how a mystery should be. I want to feel a little chaos from the get go.
In book 1, it took me a long time to grasp who all of the characters were... but by the end I had developed attachments to Bogie and Baily... and absolutely Isabella, and all of their friends and family. I was so happy that this book continued on their journey. While there wasn't a typical refresher or "previously" flash back type beginning... the author did a great job of reminding me of who all of the characters were and how they related to each other without making it feel like recaps. This book absolutely NEEDS to be read after book 1. While I KNOW that the big fans of this book will probably be mainly focused on the murder, mystery and crime... I love that the book continues to build on the family dynamic that began in book 1. I love that Bogie and Bailey have a "real" family... a family blended with a really complex cast of characters. There are a number of cases to solve... but woven within is the story of family.
If Chris Birdy has Isabella in another color "pajamas" I'll be there to read what adventure she's on next.
I honestly love reading mysteries, but I will be honest that I don’t like writing the review because I feel like I am going to give something away that someone might not want to know. I don’t want to give a synopsis of what happened in the book. I just want to simply state that there are lots of situations that the characters get themselves into that will keep you on your toes. There is all sorts of scandal and I love it! Isabella is snappy and sassy. She has to be my favorite character and the mysteries will keep you super engaged. This series did not let me down! I am crossing my fingers that there is a third book because I want it NOW.
I received this book to review through Beck Valley Books Book Tours, all the opinions above are 100% my own.
The main character, holding the various strands of the story together, is Bogie, a hacker. He flies to his 'agency's' headquarters in Boston to help solve the mystery of why one of their employees was shot and his IT system breached. Joining forces with a convicted felon and his team, Bogie attempts to understand what his enemy has planned before he and his friends become the next targets. Throw in a missing laptop, some suspicious cops, a hacker nemesis and a number of back stories, and the action doesn't let up.
Accompanying Bogie on his trip to Boston is his 4-year-old, genius daughter, Isabella. She aspires to learn the Five-Point-Palm-Exploding-Heart-Technique from Kill Bill 2, and keeps Bogie and his colleagues entertained with her witticisms and innocent view of the world. She inadvertently prevents the murder of her father on the flight, but will she be able to do it again?
Holding the fort at home in Florida is Bogie's pregnant wife, Bailey, who is left to look after a troop of three: her and Bogie's baby son, Bogie's elder daughter, Amanda, and Bogie's granddaughter. This is made harder by the fact that Amanda's shopaholicism and inability to deal with her infant leads to her husband leaving her and her friends trying to entice her to make porn movies with them. But why is her husband being targeted by his ruthless police colleagues?
Overall, the book's writing style took a while to get used to, with its frequent changes of point of view and quick jumps from one scene to the next. The action was constant and didn't let up, jumping from fights between families to car chases to murder attempts between Boston and Florida.
I haven't read The Girl in White Pajamas, and this may have hampered my ability to warm to the large cast and their complex back stories. But the characters, besides being plentiful, were certainly colourful and the one thing that this book could not be accused of being is boring.
*I received a free copy from the author in return for an honest review.
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