REVIEWER: ALLAINA DANIELS
RATING: BLUE BOOKWORM
I can easily see our world turning into the dystopian version that Fitzpatrick has created. It makes entirely too much sense. This story was a bit slow to build up for me, but once the characters really got involved I couldn’t put it down. The characters are well developed and the author knows how to spin a tale of human corruption and hope. The supernatural concept was interesting and intriguing and I can’t make up my mind who I would want Rachel to end up with one day. Each brother has his own pull on her and their own painful truths. I am looking forward to the next book.
Other reviews for The Running Game
The Running Game by L.E. Fitzpatrick is a Wow. A dystopian future controlled by ganglords and the wealthy sets the stage for kidnap and murder. The story is fast-paced, with characters who are perfectly fitting for the setting. Reachers, people with special “powers” are both desired and outcasts in this society. I enjoy a good story. This one was a romp, fast and full of surprises. You have to read it.
Submitted by Michael R. Stern