Thursday, March 26, 2020

Swipe Right for Murder

This was a YA book by Derek Milman that I recently completed.  I have to say I wouldn't want to use any dating apps after reading this book.  It is an engaging thriller that takes you all over NY, the city and state.  It was a bit like a book version of an episode of Person of Interest.  You were never totally sure who to trust or what side any of the characters were on.  I was able to feel the stress and indecision that Aidan was experiencing.  I can recommend this book for anyone interested in a thriller that is relatively quick to read.  Be careful what you share on the internet because you never know who is going to snoop.

Swipe Right for MurderSwipe Right for Murder by Derek Milman
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Thriller with lots of twists

This was a very engaging and enjoyable read. Milman keeps the reader guessing about who the bad guy is until the end. The main character, Aidan, goes through some soul searching and growth. All in all a good enjoyable book that definitely gives pause to think about what you put out into the digital ether

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Challenge Prompts

The Challenge Prompts I will use this for are:
  1. Library Love  #LibraryLoveChallenge -  Book 28
  2. Cloak and  Dagger  #CloakDaggerChal : Book  20
  3. Medical Examiner-  5 Toe Tag 
  4. Mystery Bingo
    • Weapons card :  Electricity; drugs; arrow; push or fall
    • Crime Scenes: park and swimming pool
  5. Popsugar- #popsugarreadingchallenge #2 by trans or non binary author
  6. Around the Year in 52 Books- # 23 A book featuring an LGBTQIA+ character AND by an LGBTQIA+ author
  7. 20 in 20 #Read20in2020 #5 Fiction LGBTQ related book 
  8. NJM #NJMBookChallenge2020  #17 a book with LGBTQIA Rep
  9. Wizarding World Tour  possible categories
    • Ilvermorny-  Read an own voices book
  10. While I was Reading #2 a young adult book

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