I Am No One: A Novel
I Am No One by Patrick Flanery reminds me so much of the Person of Interest show that I love. Similar to that show, I Am No One, will leave readers in a nail-biting, and the edge of your seat suspense. Readers don’t know the why’s, when, or the how’s but the most important question that keeps readers going is “who?” Who would go out to great lengths to make the main character feel hunted down for a reason? The reason is left unknown and the plot comes with enough action to keep readers reading all night long. The main character is a man of mystery within himself. I love a good book that keeps a reader guessing and interested even after they finish the book.
I Am No One takes readers into one particular man’s life and shows that someone is out to get him. Even more puzzling, even the main character has no idea why, nor who is behind it all. It leaves for a deep thought provoking storm on the main character’s part and will entice readers further into the juicy plot. Someone is following Jeremy O’Keefe, sending anonymous calls to his mother, and leaves him with records. Patrick Flanery mastered creating a mystery within a mystery and leaves his readers begging for more. Readers will feel the paranoia and fear kick in as they make their way through this first person point of view read. The danger isn’t far behind. I enjoyed reading this psychological and political thriller. Overall, I recommend I Am No One to readers everywhere.
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|Page Count||352 pages|
|Publisher||Tim Duggan Books|
|Amazon||Buy this Book|
|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|