This is the fourth book of The Lucky Devil Series and it reads differently than the other stories… a little more cyberpunk (that was NOT the word I was going to use but my Galaxy S10 predictive text picked it so I am going with it) than the others. It has been a little bit since I started this series and the characters seemed foreign. This isn’t a bad thing, just something I feel I should point out.
I typically do not like reading overly detailed descriptions yet there is something about the way this is written… I read it in a very black and white old timely detective movie way. Very noir (THAT’S the word I was looking for above) “It seemed that everyone who hired someone from the underbelly of society had expectations that it was smoke and mirrors, and spy thriller.”
This was a very fast read that I enjoyed and would absolutely recommend.
Review by @mauraharper