Thursday, 19 April 2012

Review of Run Rabbit Run by Kate Johnson

Run Rabbit Run is the fifth book in the Sophie Green mysteries from Kate Johnson.
This is the first novel by Kate Johnson that I have read and it read well as a standalone novel.

This is a really fast paced book with a lot of action. Sophie Green is an ex spy who has been framed for murder. In the prologue we see how far she is prepared to go to escape England. What follows is a non-stop mission for Sophie to clear her name, taking her through Europe and to America.

Each chapter is told from Sophie and her boyfriend Luke’s point of view. I really liked Luke’s character, he is caring and will do anything to protect Sophie and discover her whereabouts. Luke will try anything to see Sophie clear her name and get home safe and well even if it means jeopardising his own career and putting his own life at risk. Will he find out enough information to save her?

This is a fantastic novel, full of action and suspense. I really felt for Sophie’s character as everything seemed to go wrong for her. There is not a dull moment in this book and Johnson’s writing keeps you guessing right to the very end. I will definitely be looking out for the previous Sophie Green mysteries in this series!

Thank you to Choc Lit for sending me a copy to review.

1 comment:

  1. Great review, Sarah, sounds like a fantastic read, thanks!