Book Review: ‘The Imperfect Plan’ by Ed Silva Jr.

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‘The Imperfect Plan’ by Ed Silva Jr.

Description

What happened in August of 1997, in Paris was just the tip of the iceberg for the British Secret Service. Embrace yourself to discover the reason behind Operation White Diamond…

Jessica Cardelini wasn’t your typical suburbanite. Majoring in Cryptology, she was used to puzzles; however, the biggest puzzle she would face would be her past. After the murder of her Uncle, her life went into disarray. Finding herself in a tug-of-war between the F.B.I and unknown forces, she turns to the only help available, Professor Patrick Robinson. Together they traverse through D.C. looking for what her Uncle left behind…The Imperfect Plan.

I received a free copy of this book for an honest review

Rose-Worthy Features

I found Jessica to be interesting. Her personality was fun and she was smart and beautiful but I didn’t make a connection with her.

The storyline is full of your stereotypical action. Like car chases, dramatic attacks so if your into lots of action that involves government affairs then you’ll love this book.

Thorny Features

Even though I did like Jessica. Towards the beginning I was a bit overwhelmed with how many new characters were being introduced. I feel like I would start a new chapter and new character would be introduced and it was hard to keep up with all of them.

The plot was interesting at times but there were others scenes where I got bored. I didn’t connect with the book and I found it hard to get completely engrossed in it.

Final Thoughts

Overall, I rate this book a 2.5 out 5. It was entertaining at some points but all the way through. There were moments where I was confused with what was happening.

 

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