Book Review: Tangled by James W. Lewis

Title: Tangled

Author: James W. Lewis

Publication Date: December 26, 2017

Genre: Mystery, Thriller

Rating: 5 Stars=Non-stop Page Turner

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Tangled by James W. Lewis is a suspenseful story with a variety of characters with hidden secrets that come together for a class reunion. Gerald & Lisa are married but things haven’t been the same since she started planning their upcoming class reunion. Greg and Aanya are married and struggling since they haven’t gotten pregnant yet. Quinton is Gerald brother and a semi-private investigator who has his eye on a former classmate. Yara is a widow with a dark secret but she knows how to handle it and besides she is great at keeping secrets. This is your class of 2005 from Monte Clara High School.

The plot and content of this book was on point. It had a consistent flow to it where I was able to keep up with all of the characters as they transitioned into twists and turns happening in the plot. It had a thriller aspect to it but also a little mystery. I didn’t figure it out until the end of the book. Loved it!

The characters were well-developed and I was in tune with their personalities, how they were feeling but couldn’t quite guess on what their next moves would be, which drove me crazy in a good way. These characters secrets brought a small amount of drama, action and the reveals were my favorite parts of the book.

The overall message I took from this book is that what is done in the dark will come to the light and to understand that you will never truly know everything there is to know about the people you encounter. This was an entertaining book with just amount of twist and turns, drama and mysterious element that will definitely have me picking up this author’s next book. Having said that, since I have read all of the author’s previous titles, I can say Tangled is my favorite. I definitely recommend this book to those who like mysteries and suspense thrillers.

This book was provided by the author for review purposes only.


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