Beth's Review: High Child (Red-Line #5) by J.T. Bishop
PUBLISHER: J.T. Bishop
RELEASED: September 14, 2017
GENRE: MYSTERY, THRILLER, SUSPENSE
LENGTH: 391 pages
FORMAT: EBOOK, PAPERBACK
Gifted with unique abilities, Royce Fletcher struggles to find his place in the world. Living a solitary life in the woods, he finds his quiet existence disrupted by unexpected visitors. Visitors he would prefer to avoid. Despite his attempts to protect himself, Royce finds himself caught up in an unexpected romance, a local murder investigation, and a destiny he has little interest in pursuing. The more he tries to pull away, the more drawn in he becomes, until he must face the demons that refuse to go away. Demons that risk more than just his life, but all that he holds dear. High Child is the fifth book in J. T. Bishop’s award winning Red-Line saga. Following the events in Curse Breaker, High Child is a fast-paced, page-turning, suspense story that will keep readers guessing until the end. If you like a fun read with compelling characters and unexpected twists, then pick up High Child today!
3.5 (FOUR) BOUNDLESS STARS
High Child combines sci-fi, mystery, and paranormal romance into one suspenseful story. I enjoyed the way the author introduced the characters allowing the story to unfold gently. This story is the fifth is the Red-Line series; however, I had no idea until I finished!
I recommend High Child to all readers of all the above-mentioned genres. I rate this book with 3.5 Boundless Stars, with the only negative being the story’s slow start. I enjoy books that grab me from the start. It took me to 30% before catching me; but once it did, I was hooked. I’ve already grabbed the trilogy and can’t wait to read the first books.