Sep 15, 2018

Book Review: It All Falls Down by Sheena Kamal

It All Falls Down (Nora Watts, #2)

It All Falls Down by Sheena Kamal, July 3, 2018, HarperLuxe
Genre: thriller, mystery set in Vancouver and Detroit
Source: ebook bought

This is a follow up to The Lost Ones, the first in the Nora Watts thriller series (my review). In this book, Nora takes an emotional trip to Detroit to find out more about her deceased father and his past, while dodging attempts on her life from unknown persons. 

Though the book is a bit slow at the beginning, when Nora's search into her father's history seems to be getting nowhere, the book picks up soon and 
becomes a suspenseful read that is heart-wrenching at times. This happens when Nora's own violent past that she thought she had escaped, follows her in her new quest. 

I'm looking forward to the third in the series, hoping there will be one. A Canadian from Vancouver, Sheena Kamal's protagonist Nora is part-Native American and an intriguing personality who fights through her fate from abandonment as a child to a survivor in Vancouver. 


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4 comments:

Suko said...

Harvee, I'm glad you enjoyed the second book in this series. Terrific review! You might link your review to The Indextrious Reader's Canadian reading challenge.

Harvee Lau said...

Done! Thanks, Suko!

Laurel-Rain Snow said...

I find myself enjoying books that start slow...and then intensify. It gets my heart pumping! LOL.

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Harvee Lau said...

Read with a glass of wine, it should be great!