A sociopath is running a deadly social experiment on a university campus. Markus Haas is the first to refuse to play the game. What unravels is a sequence of impossible decisions and a race against time to stop the sociopath before others pay the ultimate price.
The synopsis of this book made me so excited. This definitely sounded like my kind of story. Unfortunately, this one didn’t quite hit the mark for me.
The story started out very promising…the first few chapters had me extremely intrigued and the plot is very interesting and unique. I was enjoying it until about the middle of the book and then I started to become confused with the amount of characters and all of the various “knots” in the string. It became difficult for me to follow and I also began to lose interest and felt that it was a bit long.
The content is clean and I definitely think we need more clean or Christian thrillers out there. There was violence but it wasn’t descriptive.
Overall, this was an average thriller. I enjoyed it for the most part but I don’t feel that it will be memorable.
I received this book from the publisher to review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.