Trickster’s Hunt (Three Tricksters Book1) by Carrie Whitethorne – Review by Sarah Oakes

Trickster's Hunt (Three Tricksters #1)Trickster’s Hunt by Carrie Whitethorne
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A great read about mysterious events. Maia is on her way to win an eating competition. Winning the semi final comes with a weeks stay at the hotel expenses free along with the cash prize. She stays inside her room until her friend Adam convinces her to go and explore. But when she does, she is plagued by a trio of attractive and mysterious men and a strange cat. Can she make it through the week?
A great read. Well developed plot with twists and turns that I just couldn’t put down. Well developed characters like Maia stubborn but still vulnerable underneath or Adam as a goofy friend but also caring underneath. Great cast of supporting characters like the strong and silent Amos or the smart and cautious Rhett or the bold Silas.
I loved the visual detail throughout the novel like with theTrafalgar Square full of life and people noisy and crowded but still beauiful if you look closer. Or Hyde Park with its tall trees and sense of peace deep in the middle of the bustling city. Or the use of taste throughout with wonderful flavours described so vividly it’s as if you’re actually there. Or the scenes with the mythology later on in vibrant colours and wonderful detail beautiful but deadly and wonderfully written.
The use of suspense was written superbly, makin you want to read on to uncover the mystery about these men. The use of the first person narrative worked well to display Maia’s thoughts and feelings and when perspectives switched later on it was easy to follow with names in the chapter titles. . Overall, a great read and I would give it five stars.

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