I received this book for free from the Rachel’s Random Resources in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Children in Chains: The much anticipated follow up in the dark and gritty DI Sterling crime series by Lorraine Mace
on 21st February 2019
Published by Accent Press Genres: Fiction, Crime, Suspense, Thrillers
Format: ARC, eBook, Kindle
Source: Rachel’s Random Resources
Reading Challenges: Reading Challenge 2019
Today, I am Overjoyed to be on the Blog Tour with Rachel’s Random Resources for Children In Chains By Lorraine Mace, Below you can find my book review.
This is the second book in the DI Sterling Series, you can check out my review for book one ( Retriever Of Souls) Here.
I thought the first book was epic, well this came along and through that straight out of the park.
Honestly, I don’t know how Lorraine made this shocking, gritty, heartbreaking at times extremely sensitive as-well.
This book covers the subject of child prostitution, murder and human trafficking.
I absolutely love Sterling as a character I think he has everything you would want and I love finding out more about him as much as I love the hard boiled Crime in this too. I love that he’s not perfect but he’s perfectly flawed. As well as dealing with a difficult case he is also dealing with horrific circumstances in his personal life but some how he gives the investigation everything he has. I think I may love him just a little bit. Fantastic character and awesome character developments throughout.
Paolo and his team really come together through this investigation even though one team member unbelievably let them down and could of seriously damaged the case.
Although this at time it’s very hard to read it also important I think. It really makes you think what is really going on deep within our society.
This is involves the worst of the worst of society and humans ( if we can call them that) this doesn’t just involve the down and outs of society but supposedly highly respectable people in society too. This case starts of simple but becomes so complex, intriguing, addictive, enjoyable.
Although this can be read as a stand-alone, I would highly advise to read book one as-well. Both books are fantastic but book one is definitely worth reading and I think it’s help towards getting to know the characters a whole lot better.
Overall Amazing characters, horrific but enjoyable addictive plot and awesomely well written. Loved everything about this fantastic book. A gruesome, gripping hook-able, addictive page turner you don’t want to miss out on!
Also this is now on offer for 99p for a limited time!! So grab it at a great price while you can… Here
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Reading this book contributed to these challenges:
- Reading Challenge 2019