Sunday, July 5, 2015

Every Fifteen Minutes By Scottoline, Lisa

Every Fifteen Minute starts off strong, slows down and then speeds right back up.  The plot is intriguing but many parts are hard to believe.

This book is basically about the life of Dr. Parrish, one of his clients who goes on a rampage and a trap set to bring him down professionally. A lot of different things are going on but it is written in such a way that you don't confuse events or characters.

I wish things had move a bit faster in the middle of the book purely for entertainment purposes. It did take me longer then usual to read this book and I'm not sure if it was because the middle portion dragged or because I've been working so much that I'm way past exhausted to stay up and read.

This isn't the best or worst book written by, Scottoline but if you are anxious to read another book on your pile, skip this one and pick up the other.

Grade: C








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