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I Know Your Every Move (Sophie Brown Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The writing is well done. The author writes each scene very believably. She must be a keen student of her fellow human beings to do so. My main reservation about the book is the ending. There is a surprise twist ending, but after reflection I've decided that it's too much of a surprise. We never are given a hint that it is that person until the very end. That's not the best way to do a twist ending. The reader should have a fair chance of guessing the right answer, or failing that, be able to look back and see where they should have caught on. It is a strong story, but I think it could have been improved by some skilled foreshadowing early on. Also, the end is quite abrupt. The violence is over before it's really begun. Consider that a shooting or a stabbing is not terrifying in itself. It's the chase. It's being chased by someone who means to shoot or stab you, that's the terrifying part. Otherwise, the tension is broken too soon, and the final climax of the story suffers for it, in my opinion.
But, I don't what to keep you from reading this very well crafted book. I'm a picky reader, and I only mention those small issues to give the author something to think about for next time. It really is good writing, or I wouldn't give it so many stars. :-)
Sophie is a 27-year old single woman looking to change her personal life. When Sophie joins an online dating site, she meets a few perverted guys. Well, more than a few actually. After someone attacks her, she concludes that dating was not for her and decides to get a cat instead. But she can’t shake the feeling that someone is watching her, following her every move.
The 1st person narrative makes it easy to empathize and relate to the character. I liked how this whole thing started, but it has a consistently slow pace overall. Story is constantly going back and forth, between present and past, which can be annoying. This tale gives you the creeps, because, let’s face it, being watched by some crazy person is kind of creepy. It’s not the greatest read, but it’s okay.