I Couldn’t Put it Down, a book review

InamorataI couldn’t put it down

Inamorata by Megan Chance was an amazing book. I couldn’t put it down and now after finishing it, I can’t stop thinking about it. Told from the perspectives of four main characters, the conflict is revealed bit by bit, just enough to keep me wondering and wanting more. The story is dark, suspenseful, and the characters well defined. So well, I could see them and feel what they felt. I cared about them, even the antagonist. The fantastical aspect was a surprise and had I known, I may not have selected the book, but by the time I realized, I was hooked. The book was a complex and very satisfying read. I recommend.

Seattle writer, Kate E Thompson, is looking for representation for her second book, a historical novel called A Matter of Principle, a coming of age story set in a bustling 1869 Salt Lake City, Utah. Thompson is also the author of Bigfoot Hunters Never Lie, and a novella, The Asteroid's Daughter and the Serpent Handler's Son. She’s an avid reader, is fond of reading old diaries and letters, and enjoys nothing more than searching through university archives and special collections.

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