Nowhere to Hide by Sigmund Brouwer ~ Review

Nowhere to Hide (Dead Man's Switch #2)My Review:

King and his friends, Blake and MJ, find themselves swept into another adventure of espionage and conspiracy, working with the CIA against possible terrorists.

This is a fast paced, non-stop adventure that picks up right pretty quickly in the aftermath of the previous book. I was actually a bit confused because I had picked up this book thinking that it was a stand alone, and so in the first few chapters I knew that I was missing something. I would say that this book does a good job of catching you up without revealing too many spoilers from the previous book. But I would probably recommend reading the books in order to minimize possible confusion.

I loved the friendship and camaraderie between King, Blake, and MJ. King with his astute observation, Blake and his hacking skills, and MJ's clowning that hides a sharp young man beneath. This story brought to mind growing up with the Accidental Detectives, and how Mr. Brouwer is still expertly blending heart-pounding suspense and non-stop action with humor, and surprise twists along the way.

King and his friends are swept into a conspiracy so tangled that they don't know who to trust, I loved this book to the very end, riveting. The characters were very well done, and I instantly was cheering for their gang to get to the bottom of everything. I liked King, he is very observant and he knows how to read people. MJ's antics had me groaning and guffawing throughout.

Overall, a fantastic read from beginning to end it was thrilling adventure, and I loved the strong sense of family and friendship that this book brought to the forefront. You will not regret picking up this series!

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