Friday, June 29, 2018

Review: Gate 76

Gate 76 Gate 76 by Andrew Diamond
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

When there's something that needs to be investigated beyond official channels, Freddy Ferguson is the one to do it. An ex-boxer with a heavy past happens to be in the San Francisco airport when a flight blows up in midair. The airline hires the team Freddy works with to do a little deep digging. What the team discovers goes far beyond a simple case of terrorism.

This was a decent thriller, with much of it moving at a fast pace, though it didn't wow me. I didn't want to sit there and keep turning the pages, mostly because some of the back story for Freddy was a bit boring to me. Also, when more than four or five characters got involved, you really had to pay attention to who was who, otherwise you weren't sure who the good guys and bad guys were. But still, it is something that those who love a good detective/action story will enjoy.

*Book provided by Bookish First

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