The Last Word by Timothy Moonlight (Book Review #622)

The last word is a suspense thriller story about Jack Bigsby. He used to be the founder of a billion-dollar company called InifiTech before he passed away. His death is a significant loss, and once his daughter, Claire comes to take over, she too becomes vary of some foul play.

 

The thriller filled with technologically advanced science consisted of many twists and turns. The characters were strong and well developed. It wasn’t easy at first to understand or bond with Claire, but, as you read more, she became more likable.

The story drew the reader into a constant suspicious form of thinking, which added intensity to the thrilling book. The entire situation revolves around the changes that are happening within the company and Claire figuring out why people she hardly knows, show an interest in her.

 

The pace of the story was steady, and the literature was descriptive. The story also had a sense of loss due to Claire losing her father. The emotions that were written about her feelings and how she was dealing with it were expressed spectacularly.

 

I recommend this book to people who like to read technology-driven thrillers riddled with mystery.

 

Written by Jeyran Main

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