Escaping Pretense by Deborah Jean Miller (Book Review #1239)


Escaping Pretense is a fictional story about Pretense Abdicator, who decides to make a plan to steal from her well-endowed financial clients and make a run for it. She works for a prestigious financial firm and works with the wealthiest clients who can make this happen for her. Her plan? Get a new identity and flee.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

What happens, though, is something different from what Pretense plans. As she gets confronted by the FBI and her workplace at the World Trade Center on September 11th, a plane crashes into the building, and she makes a run for it.

I found the story pretty exciting to read. Pretense’s personality was enjoyable to read. Her character was interesting, and you couldn’t help but want her to succeed even though you knew what she was doing was wrong.

I recommend this story to those who like to read self-discovery stories and fictional takes.

Written by Jeyran Main

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