Thursday, 11 December 2014

Book Review -- Through His Eyes by Deborah Camp


Through His EyesThrough His Eyes by Deborah Camp
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was provided with a digital copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

The story revolves around Trudy Tucker, a gifted psychic, who foresees and averts murders, by making herself view the world through the eyes of the murderer. Needless to say, she is in demand with the police and law enforcement. Levi Wolfe is a psychic as well - a slightly celebrated one at that. With millions of women fans and the ability to view things from a murder victim's eyes, Levi has his share of fame by appearing in talk shows. A serial killer on rampage brings a hesitant Trudy and a laid-back Levi together on a mission to stop the killer. Finding themselves irresistibly drawn towards each other, do Trudy and Levi succeed in their quest by overcoming their differences, or do they go their separate ways, is what the book takes us through.

This book was a brilliant read. A superb thriller at the core, the pacing of the narration was absolutely gripping! I finished the book in one go. The characterisation was marvellous. We are shown Trudy, who is completely adorable with her flaws and the flustered demeanor. The flaws in fact make her very easy to relate to and very endearing. Being jittery about her skill and profession is very natural, especially as it makes her become an insane killer for a few moments! Levi's characterisation came as a surprise. He is a lot more than what one takes him to be early on - shallow, womanising and arrogant.

I would definitely recommend this book to lovers of romantic thrillers.

My rating for this book: 4.5 stars


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