Tuesday, 18 October 2016

Book Review of Corporate Citizen

About the Book from the back cover:
A call for help from an old friend lands Bianca and the crew back in Boston. On a timeout with Dante,

due to revelations in the aftermath of the showdown in Naples, Bianca is drawn to a mysterious new ally

who understands the traumas of her past, and has some very real trauma of his own. Murder, designer

drugs, and a hacker named Magician challenge our team, and Bianca learns that leaving Rendition

behind might be much harder than she thinks.

Key words: Mystery, Suspense, Boston, Conspiracy, Crime, Hacker, Mafia

Title: Corporate Citizen: Roma Series Book Five

Genre: Mystery-Suspense/Thriller

Author: Gabriel Valjan

Website: www.gabrielvaljan.com

Publisher: Winter Goose Publishing

Purchase link: http://amzn.to/2b9E2qE

 My thoughts

Incredible piece of work with suspense building up as you move through the pages. I loved the pace of the story as a cloud of clandestine surrounds the story line. What I loved in the story is the precision with which the killer kills his targets leaving no clue thereby not giving a chance to catch him easily. You may get confused with new characters being added in every other sentence in the first few pages of the story and it took me a while to understand as how and who are being killed. It happens because a lot of characters are derived from the prequels of the book. But it won't affect the story reading as it is standalone.

The essence with which the author has written the story is spellbinding. Corporate Citizen is a must read in the Crime/Thriller genre. I am looking forward to read the sequel of the book. 

About the Author:

Gabriel Valjan is the author of the Roma Series from Winter Goose Publishing as well as numerous short

stories. He lives in Boston, Massachusetts, where he enjoys the local restaurants, and his two cats,

Squeak and Squawk, keep him honest to the story on the screen.

Twitter: @GValjan

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Gabriel-Valjan/291400997547203

NOTE: Even though this is a series, each book is standalone.