End of the Road
by LS Hawker
on Tour January 30th - February 28, 2017
Great minds can change the world
or leave it in ruins . . .When tech prodigy Jade Veverka creates a program to communicate with her autistic sister, she’s tapped by a startup to explore the potential applications of her technology. But Jade quickly begins to notice some strange things about the small Kansas town just beyond the company’s campus—why are there no children anywhere to be seen, and for that matter, anyone over the age of forty? Why do all of the people living here act uncomfortable and jumpy?
On the way home one night, Jade and her co-worker are run off the road, and their lab and living spaces are suddenly overrun with armed guards, purportedly for their safety. Confined to the compound and questioning what her employers might be hiding from her, Jade fears she’s losing control not only of her invention, but of her very life. It soon becomes clear that the threat reaches far beyond Jade and her family, and the real danger is much closer than she’d ever imagined.
LS Hawker did it again. This is the third book I read written by her and it is yet again a very good read. I really like the fact that with every story she wips out something new. No story is alike accept for the strong woman as the main character.
Book Details:Genre: Thriller
Published by: Witness Impulse
Publication Date: January 31st 2017
Number of Pages: 384
ISBN: 006243523X (ISBN13: 9780062435231)
Purchase Links: Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Goodreads
I do wonder where she gets her ideas because she comes up with the great story lines and knows how to add the plot twists that make you keep flipping the pages, I love conspiracy theories and End of the Road has quite the conspiracy in there. I really enjoyed the interaction between the characters, I mean a group of people who do not knwo eachother have to work an live together in a town they are not familiar with.
I am a fan of LS Hawker's writing ever since I read The Drowning Game and with every book I read I like her writing more. I can recommend every book she has written if you enjoy thrillers with strong female characters.
My rating: 4/5
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Author Bio:LS HAWKER grew up in suburban Denver, indulging her worrisome obsession with true-crime books, and writing stories about anthropomorphic fruit and juvenile delinquents. She wrote her first novel at 14.
Armed with a B.S. in journalism from the University of Kansas, she had a radio show called "People Are So Stupid," edited a trade magazine and worked as a traveling Kmart portrait photographer, but never lost her passion for fiction writing.
She's got a hilarious, supportive husband, two brilliant daughters, and a massive music collection. She lives in Colorado but considers Kansas her spiritual homeland. She is the author of The Drowning Game, a USA Today Bestseller, and Body and Bone.