Sinners by Christopher Graves

” The thriller is the most popular literary genre of the 20th century.” Ken Follett. I love a good thriller. One that will make your heart hammer in your chest and get the ole adrenaline going. When I was offered the chance to review Sinner by Christopher Graves I jumped at the chance.

Summary: A centuries old cult still has one person that is doing their bidding against the women of Pennsylvania.

What I liked: I read Sinner in one sitting. Once I started it I couldn’t really stop. I wanted to know what was going to happen next. The story was one wild ride from New Jersey to Pennsylvania. I liked the cult aspects to the story I found that it added a bit of spice to what could have been a average thriller.

What I didn’t like: I found the main bad guy to be a bit formulaic. The ending felt rushed. And honestly I wasn’t a big fan of the ending. I don’t like everything to be all roses in thriller endings but I do like some closure unless it it a series.

Star Rating: 4.5 Stars

My thoughts: I love the cult aspect of the story. But some parts of the story really felt formulaic. Which I do have a problem with. The ending was open ended which in this kind of thriller leaves me a bit bleh. It feels like something else should have happened at the end of the story. I just felt a bit deflated. But that is just me. But I appreciate a good cult story as much as the next person.

A big Thank you to Smith Publicity for sending me a review copy for my honest opinon.