19 Souls

19 Souls by J.D Allen

Title: 19 Souls
Author: J.D Allen
First Published: Feb 2018
Publisher: Midnight Ink
Pages: 360
Price on Amazon: Paperback £12.41 Kindle: £10.88
ISBN: 073875403X

Obsession can be a dangerous thing. 

Daniel is not Sophie's brother, in fact, she is obsessed with him she believes they should be together and she is willing to kill to get what she wants. Sophie hatches a plan to find Daniel after he went into hiding from her. She hires a private detective named Jim Bean, telling him that she is Daniel's sister and that her name is Cynthia. When in actual fact Sophie has killed the real Cynthia. Bean sets out to find Daniel believing he will be reuniting a family, will he discover what is going on before its too late or will be become one of Sophie's victims himself?

I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Unfortunately, I only made it through thirty-three percent of this book. I found there to be several spelling mistakes and grammatical mistakes throughout the book which put me off from the outset however I persevered and continued reading. It was the plot that defeated me in the end. I found this book to be a very slow starter, it seemed to take a long time to read for nothing much to happen. I found Bean to be a really annoying character and for some reason, i can't seem to put my finger on he just grated on me.

I was disappointed that I didn't get on with this book as reading the blurb it did sound like it was going to be a great read. Maybe one day I will go back to it and give it another go but for now, I must say I have unfortunately given up on. So I am unable to give a full review having like I said only read thirty-three percent of the book but for me this is a one star read   

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