Formula of Deception by Carrie Stuart Parks

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This was an interesting book. It kept me captivated and intrigued from beginning to end. I would find myself zooming ahead only to realize that I needed to pause and re-read a section. Then the twist at the end of the book was truly unexpected. Up until that point I was hanging on, trying to keep up with the smaller twists the book was tossing out to me. But, this last twist threw me for a loop. I was confused. I was fascinated. Did I like where the story went? To be honest, I’m not sure. And even now, having just set the book aside, I’m still puzzled as to my stance on the book.

That said, I would definitely consider this a book to read. For the next reader to get their own opinion on it. There are enough scheming that you will be having to pay attention to the various players within the book. As it is, I look forward to passing this book to my sister for her to read.

There was one section that I found truly fascinated, and that was the talk of the start of Lyme disease and it’s potential in being biological warfare. The first time I came upon this theory was on Reddit on a conspiracy thread, so to read it here, in published Christian fiction book was a bit interesting.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher and was under no obligation to post a review.

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