Audiobook Review: Inhuman Acts by Brooke L. French

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Title: Inhuman Acts

Author: Brooke L. French

Release Date: September 29th, 2022

Page Count: 315

Start Date: October 7th, 2022

Finish Date: October 25th, 2022

Review:

Story: I was really thrilled about this book as it was. I’m new to medical thrillers, but I was very curious. It got even better for me when my hometown (Marietta, Georgia) was referenced in the book. This is the first book I’ve ever read where it was referenced. It totally made me happy! But I digress. This was an intense ride through the whole book. I still wasn’t prepared for the ending. I was over in one corner with my theory. I was sure of myself. Convinced it would be the thing. So the actual thing slammed me in the face. I had to set the book down and read it again!

Characters: I can’t remember any of the names, but I was so on Letty’s team. She was trying so hard to get the answers that she was seeking. She knew she was in the right. Even when everything was falling apart around her, she kept going. It was hard not to root for her. I felt the same way about the cop/detective that they suspended for not letting something go.

Critiques: None

Narration: Hearing the narration made the story so much more intense for me. It made things so much more intense! 

Final Thoughts: I really enjoyed this book. My enjoyment completely increased when I couldn’t even predict the ending. Not that the ones I have predicted are less enjoyable. I can’t explain it. There was even the nod to my hometown! I will probably read this book again in the future. I’ll defintiely be willing to give other books by this author a chance. It’s well worth the read.

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