Book Review: The Masked Truth by Kelley Armstrong

The Masked Truth By Kelley Armstrong

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Published: October 2015

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In this heart-stopping suspense thriller, #1 New York Times bestselling author Kelley Armstrong proves herself to be a master of terror and suspense.

Riley Vasquez is haunted by the brutal murder of the couple she was babysitting for.

Max Cross is suffering under the shadow of a life-altering diagnosis he doesn’t dare reveal.

The last thing either of them wants is to spend a weekend away at a therapy camp alongside five other teens with “issues.” But that’s exactly where they are when three masked men burst in to take the group hostage.

The building has no windows. The exits are sealed shut. Their phones are gone. And their captors are on a killing spree.

Riley and Max know that if they can’t get out, they’ll be next—but they’re about to discover that even escape doesn’t equal freedom.

ReviewAfter reading the synopsis I wasn’t sure what to expect! This was completely different from Kelley’s previous works (all of which I have loved.) I am glad Kelley took a chance with such an edgy thriller. This storyline was utterly phenomenal.

Once again, Kelley has solidified her role as Canada’s best storyteller. From YA paranormal to adult fiction–she can tackle anything and everything. It is evident her purpose in life is to entertain the masses with her creativity and wild imagination. Thank Glob for Kelley Armstrong sharing her talent.

Can you imagine a world where her books don’t exist? I shudder at the thought.

For readers just entering the world of Armstrong’s words, this is a great place to start! A stand-alone book (which is a very rare commodity in her library.)

Readers, I leave you with this wise words: read this, now.

 

About Lisa Lunney

A Canadian gal that firmly believes words can change the world. An avid reader, writer and Autumn/Winter lover. She excels at communications and writes for pleasure and profession.
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