August 4, 2009

Review: Good People by Marcus Sakey

The Reeds are up to their ears in debt. When they're at the pit of despair, not sure how in the world they can turn their life around, they find a boat load of money. The money is calling their name. In their current situation of complete desperation, they make the only decision that seems logical, they take the money. There is no way they could have foreseen how this one decision would change their lives forever. Will they make it out alive?

I was completely drawn into this book before I even finished the second page. I can usually tell from the first chapter whether or not I am going to like a book. The beginning is one of the most important pieces for an author. A good author can entice you within a few paragraphs and keep you interested for the remainder of the book. Marcus is a pro. Seriously. I can't think of one word that would really do his writing justice... I've found another author to put on my "I need everything this author writes list".

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Thank you Caitlin from Penguin Group for sending me this book to review.

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