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Book Review – 133 Hours by Zach Abrams @Authorway @rararesources #BookReview #BlogTour #thriller

Many thanks to Rachel and Rachel’s Random Resources for my spot on this Blog Tour.

I was so happy reading this book, not only because it was written well, but also due to the fact that I could guess the plot. Gosh, I should stop reading thrillers for a few days or probably start writing one.. 😂 😂

Briony came to work in disheveled clothes and realized that she had lost 133 hours. No memory of the past few days, just pain in her private parts and marks of restraint on her wrists and ankles. Friends like Alesha, Jenny, and Margaret help her… But what happened to her in those 133 Hours.

My first book by author Zach Abrams was a thrilling ride filled with pockets of suspense and emotions. Briony’s fear and apprehension were well captured by the author’s pen. The plot was daring, and I loved how the author could throw subtle clues in the lines. Each character added a layer to Briony’s life, some of them were absolute shockers.

The story is gripping from the first chapter to the last. Twists in the plot were enthralling. I was quite in glee. And when I was proved right, I couldn’t help but jump and clap like an overexcited kid. Geez, I love my thrillers.

Amnesia and suspense made this book quite a fun combination.

I received a free ARC from Rachel and the author, and this is my journey into its pages, straight from the heart!! STRICTLY HONEST AND UNBIASED.

All my reviews can be read here

Arriving at work to find she’s lost more than five and a half days of her life, Briony has no recollection of where she’s been, or what has happened. Has she been ill or had a breakdown – or could she have been drugged and abducted?

Doubting her own sanity, Briony is fearful of what lies beyond the surface, yet driven to discover the truth. Going through her scarce memories, she realizes that something terrible might have happened to her during the time she has no recollection of.

Assisted by her friends Alesha and Jenny, they team up with a retired detective to uncover the truth. But where was she for 133 hours… and why?

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