The Devil Went Down to Austin by Rick Riordan

Often this book went too far to hit you over the head trying to get you to think a certain person was the culprit. It was so much it was obvious it wasn’t him and that took a bit away from the enjoyment of trying to guess who it actually was. The last few chapters were a complete surprise that I definitely did not expect. The resolution was very well done with the exception of one storyline that I felt like was rushed too much and not given the proper amount of attention it deserved. All in all it’s a pretty good mind vacation that still requires you to think a bit. I recommend it to people who like PI books.

4 (out of 5) Stars

Books Read in 2020: 37
Pages Read in 2020: 9822
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