The Judas Scar was honestly a book that hooked me from the very beginning. I read it in 2 days whilst breastfeeding the baby – that is how much I just couldn’t put it down.
The main character Harmony was one I really identified with and I found myself comparing myself to her and really feeling as if I was in her place.
The beginning prologue was very clever in providing a hook for reading further into the book. In a couple of pages Amanda Jennings piqued my interest enough for me to really want to get to the end of the book to make sense of the prologue.
The plot is fantastic and full of surprises and twists and turns and I really liked the way that as I read the book the plot was slowly explained and revealed bit by bit in a really clever manner to keep the reader hanging and interested.
Upon finishing the novel I realised just how topical a subject the novel had which completely added another dimension to my reading of it. Not only was this a brilliant work of fiction, but it has a basis in reality that made it fascinating to me.
I’d thoroughly recommend this book – I really enjoyed reading it.
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