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REVIEW | The Tech – Mark Ravine

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The characters are fleshed out, although I maybe would have liked a little more fleshing out but they’re certainly not two-dimensional, and the story is engaging – set with a newly formed team of misfits in the FBI who appear to have caught a string of cases around a wider conspiracy.

The pace of this book was so refreshing for me – I’ve read a lot of slower books lately, and this is anything but. The cases come rip-rap for the team, so much so even the team starts to get suspicious of their closure-rate – another plot point running parallel to the greater conspiracy.

Although nothing is too heavily veiled in the story, there were a few curveballs and the knowing didn’t impact my enjoyment. I only had one issue with the story, and it’s such a minor detail it’s really inconsequential – it was just that I’m pretty sure the wrong band was named for a song referenced, and its a song I happen to have been listening to a lot recently (thank you Just Dance and my lockdown exercise routine haha).

I’m definitely interested in reading more from Mark, and looking forward to what comes next. I also hope he revisits this story, as there are a few things I’d love to know more about and I really enjoyed the cast of characters.

Thank you to Dawn Hill Publications for sending me a free copy. This review has been left voluntarily.



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About Me

Books and food enthusiast. I discovered a love for reading in my late teens, so you’ll see me catching up on older series quite often. I also love to travel around the UK, where I live, and picking up some crafty hobbies – I hope to share snippets of this amongst all the book content. Other interests include gaming, podcasts, drinking too much tea, and trying to personify autumn.

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