Book Review: Near Dark by Brad Thor

Near Dark (Scot Harvath, #20)

As far back as I could remember, I always looked forward to the release of Brad Thor’s latest book. More recently I started taking the day off of work to celebrate and have a summer reading splurge day. My day started off with a pup walk then we had breakfast. During breakfast I gave myself permission to start reading the book but promised myself I would go for a run after breakfast.

I finished the first three chapters during breakfast. I got sucked into Scot Harvath’s world faster than a toddler could throw a tantrum over ice cream. I knew it could happen but I didn’t see it coming. Let’s just say I didn’t make it for that run!

As with all of the books in this series, Brad develops his characters so well that you feel like you know them personally. Regardless if this is the first book you pick up or your 20th book, you can easily follow along with the action.

About Near Dark specifically:

  • Moves very fast but there are sensible breaks if you didn’t have time to binge read.
  • Scot is a total badass as usual and his female counterparts are always equally badass.
  • The bad guy always pays.

My only question is, “Will Scot kill the person who put out the 100 million dollar bounty on his head in the next book??

Dear Brad, please write a little faster! We need the next book ASAP! Thanks, Bonnie

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