Review ~ The Body Reader by Anne Frasier

TheBodyReaderBook: The Body Reader


Author: Anne Frasier

Genre: Thriller

Format: e-book

Page Count: 304

Published: Thomas & Mercer, June 21, 2016

Source: Publisher

Jude, as the main character, was impressive. She was all kinds of, I wanna say messed up but that’s not fair because of all she’s been through and survived. As a reader who had access to her mind, she was relatable and understandable to me, but to her new partner, and the second main character, Uriah, she was difficult to read and hard to believe. After all, no one suffers through what she did and gets away unscathed. But in her unneeded defense, she did put herself back together as best as she could. Probably better than anybody else might have. You gotta respect that.

I admired her partnership with Uriah. He had his own demons to battle with, and he was more real than many other characters I’ve read in the genre. I could easily relate to him as a person. Getting into his head, I could see where he came from in the many situations he reacted just like any other person would.

This was a story I enjoyed greatly-and maybe that is the wrong word but it’s the best I can come up with. I’m adding five big spoonfuls of this story into my hodgepodge, and can’t help but wish I could read more of Jude and Uriah’s partnership in future cases they handled together. Not because of any romantic entanglements mind you, but because these two had an understanding that went deeper than just partnership, and it made what they had unique.


Other titles from Anne Frasier:

  • Play Dead (Elise Sandburg #1)
  • Pale Immortal (Pale Immortal #1)
  • Sleep Tight

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