June 7, 2009

Review: "Red" by Jordan Summers






Gina Santiago(also called Red) is a member of an elite tactical team in charge of protecting the world. She’s devoted her life to apprehending the most heinous criminals that prey on society—and now she’s after the worst one yet.
On her own, with no backup, the trail takes her to a dusty, tight-knit town on the fringes of society, where everyone’s a suspect. Even the sexy sheriff, Morgan Hunter, isn’t telling her everything. Gina knows he’s trouble, but she’s inexorably drawn to him.
The closer Gina comes to finding out the secret of this sleepy little town and its big bad sheriff; the closer she comes to catching the predator, the more scared she gets—because she’s beginning to realize that she has a secret, too. A secret that will change Gina’s life… and make her the killer’s prey. (by goodreads.com)


Review:
Jordan Summers shows us a gruesome future in this book. In the beginning I found the created world a little confusing but after the first few chapters I was totally taken by this story.
Summers narrating switches between Red and the killer, while not revealing who it is. It was interesting to read the thoughts of a psychotic killer but also a little disturbing.
Red is really great character. She always feels different and she's not the queen of social connections but she strong and tries to do the right things.
I'm so looking forward to read more about her.

2 comments:

Leontine July 1, 2009 at 10:04 PM  

I felt the post-apocalyptic world very intriguing and the plot very good. I gobbled it all up very easy and loved Red/Gina and Morgan!

SusiSunshine July 2, 2009 at 2:11 PM  

Exactly what I think. This whole atmosphere is really great developed. Cruel world but good to read about.

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