Friday, October 14, 2016

Review: Shutter

Shutter Shutter by Laurie Faria Stolarz
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Day Baker is just getting a snack at a convenience store when she talks with a boy nearby. Little does she know that he has recently escaped from police custody. Although he isn’t armed and probably won’t hurt a random stranger, the authorities are looking for him and are continuing to check out his alibis. Day wants to look into the mystery she has been pulled into and as she continues to uncover hidden information, it seems as if she will never get to the real truth. Did Julian kill his father? If he really is innocent, then who was the perpetrator?

Shutter is a quickie thriller that can be easily finished in a weekend. Stolarz has created a realistic story that readers will have no problem understanding and a main character they can empathizing with. I almost felt like the finale of the adventure came too quickly and that it would have been more enjoyable with just a couple more chapters. This is a good read between a series or after a longer book.

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