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I was very curious about the synopsis of The Path of Good Response and I was eager to dive in and discover the answers to all of the questions posed. This is a suspenseful thriller and the more I read the more intrigued I became.
The opening chapter only adds more questions, with the author both building tension and portraying a rather comical crossing of a cold wet field by a number of interviewees. I liked the way the author develops the characters as we follow Joe through the story. The narrative develops in a way that felt quite dystopian to me, and I found the concept of the path of good response to be very thought provoking. I never predicted where the twists and turns would take the story and looking back to the start after reaching the final pages I think that the author has developed are brilliant and page-turning story that outstretched my imagination.
In all I thoroughly enjoyed this tense and thrilling read and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a book that will keep them guessing until the end.
Do you value your mother's health above peace in the Middle East? How about your career over global warming?
If a company runs the best graduate scheme in the world, then it can afford to be probing with its interview questions.
When Joe Massey is offered a role aboard Schelldhardt's luxurious headquarters at sea, he discovers that the company mission is beyond anything he had ever imagined. Strange dreams disturb his sleep, and it soon becomes clear that nothing is quite as it seems.
Is he really the right man for the job? And if not, then why is he there at all?
|Publication date:||27th August 2020|
|Publisher:||Vanguard Press an imprint of Pegasus Elliot Mackenzie Publishers|
|Primary Genre||Indie Author Books|