Book Review: Sanctuary by Meg Cabot

Tuesday, June 06, 2017

Sanctuary by Meg Cabot
(Started & Finished: September 17, 2010)


Knew she wasn't going to be able to hide her psychic powers from the U.S. government forever. But she never thought that she and Dr. Krantz, the special agent brought in to convince Jess to join his elite team of "specially gifted" crime solvers, would have something in common.

When a local boy's disappearance is attributed to a backwoods militia group, it turns out that Jess and Dr. Krantz have the same goal. Suddenly Jess finds herself collaborating with one enemy in order to stop a far worse one. In an atmosphere of hate and fear, Jess and Dr. Krantz must work together to unite a community and save a life...without losing their own. (From Goodreads)

Review: 3 stars
Publication Date: January 9, 2007
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Shelf: Goodreads

Disclaimer: This is an old review (published last September 17, 2010) but this version is improved and edited.

This is a Twitteresque review (but I think exceeded 140 characters :P) so please bear with me and don't expect a lengthy one. Here we go:

The events in the fourth book were pretty intense. It was action-packed--gunfires, injuries, explosions, bumpy rides--you name it. It might be one hell of an adventure for some, but it did not really give me that thrilling and satisfying feeling you get when you finished a good book.

Love lots, xx

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