Friday, September 11, 2020

Review: Nine by Rachelle Dekker


Zoe Johnson spent most of her life living in the shadows, never drawing attention to herself, never investing in people or places. But when a wide-eyed, bedraggled teenager with no memory walks into the diner where Zoe works, everything changes. Now, against her better judgment, Zoe, who has been trying to outrun her own painful memories of the past, finds herself attempting to help a girl who doesn't seem to have any past at all. The girl knows only one thing: she must reach a woman in Corpus Christi, Texas, hundreds of miles away, before the government agents who are searching for her catch up to them.

Award-winning author Rachelle Dekker throws you into the middle of the action and keeps the pressure on in this page-turning story that, asks Are we who the world says we are--or can we change our story and be something more? 

My Review: 

Rachelle Dekker is so talented to write thought provoking novels. Her newest release, Nine, is no different. This one is by far my favorite I have read by her to date. What a fabulous read. I loved every single page. I often left setting on the edge of my seat as I wondered what was going to happen next. Such a great piece of suspense filled mystery. I loved it.
I am giving Nine a very well deserved five plus stars. It should not be one to be missed.
I received Nine from the publisher. This review is one hundred percent my own honest opinion.

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