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    Fast and Furious, a Different Kind of Anti-Heroine

    At twenty-six years of age, Afton Morrison has quashed her inner animus successfully until now...when the demand to kill meets reason and she's found the perfect victim. She can both satisfy that persistently dangerous alter-ego while ridding the public of a vicious sexual predator. It's a perfect solution. Afton tolerates co-worker Pete and (even enjoys) seventeen-year-old Kim, a high school senior and a volunteer at the library where she works in the small town of Wakefield as a children's librarian. She has stalked Kenneth, prepared meticulously, and is ready to kill. There is just one problem; someone may also be stalking her. The author deftly crafts Afton's complex multi-faceted personality, alternately portraying a thoughtful children's librarian with the stalker preparing to kill her first target, plying the tension in bits and pieces until almost intolerable. Finely developed supporting characters weave in and out of this well-plotted serial novella (book 1), introducing little twists and turns. And behind it all that dark secret that will continue to torment Afton, the Man in Shadows. The narrative seizes your attention with page one and feeds little truths, little pearls, and pretty soon you are flipping pages right into the cliff-hanging conclusion. The story is a captivating thriller that'll have you gripping your device, though be aware that besides the language also contains sensitive subjects as well. Whether or not she will succeed as a vigilante remains to be seen. The author provided an ARC ebook of this novella and I appreciated the opportunity to read. This review is entirely my own. Recommended for any who enjoy a strong thriller-suspense, no holds barred. In the meantime, the suspense is killing. See my full review at https://rosepointpublishing.com/2018/05/13/go-home-afton-a-bookreview/
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    Great Read

    Go Home Afton by Brent Jones was a great read. This is book one in The Afton Morrison Series. Afton is from a small town and has always surpassed her violent impulses. She starts stalking a sexual predator to help with these urges. I really enjoyed reading Afton's story and can't wait to read more of the series.
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    OMG! This is AWESOME!!!

    I’m finding myself at a loss as to how to write this review. I’ve been stewing all day about how to write a review that does this fabulous little serial thriller justice, but doesn’t rewrite the gist of the whole book...which is easy to do when reviewing a book like this. But I think the way I feel about it is that if you read the book knowing as much as I did going into it, then you will enjoy it like I did. And I really enjoyed it!! I would suggest, in fact, that you NOT read all the long reviews that tell too much about the book and just read the summary Mr. Brent Jones wrote for you and go from there. You can’t go wrong!! Speaking of Brent Jones, WOW....I’m just completely blown away by his work!! He obviously put a lot into this serial thriller and it shows!!!! The characters are wonderful!!! The MC is a very complex character herself, but even many of the side characters are really well done!! I can’t wait to see more of them all in the next few books!! I’m a very character driven reader, and I just ate this right up!! If thrillers are your thing, you will love this! Highly recommended, FIVE AMAZING STARS!!!!
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    Interesting Psychological Thriller With A Twist

    Written in the first person, Welcome Home Afton starts out with an egotistical narrator who appears to lack a sympathy or empathy from the reader. As this is a personal review, this maybe that I couldn’t really connect with the main character which may have been one of the reasons I personally didn’t get on with the book that well. I will continue writing about what worked for me. The plot is interesting and with the different gender switch, adds a different twist to the norm. The story meanders but does have high and low points which carries the novel forward to its conclusion. The novel does build to a crescendo but as this is the first of the series, it feels slightly unfinished which can be a little off putting as the story only feels like a part of the story and doesn’t feel complete. As this is a novella, it may have been worth putting two volumes together to give a more complete version. From my understanding, the subsequent sequels should be out in a matter of months. The plot moves at a brisk place and some of the characters are not fully formed but give fodder for the main character. Afton is an interesting character that works on a personality curve based on contradictions. At times, her voice grinds slightly against the nerves through her thought process which comes across as maniacal instead of a voice of reason. Overall, there is a lot of interest here for people who have the patience for this and there is a lot of interesting twists and turns within its narrative. Unfortunately as I had difficulty getting along with the main character and as it is written in the first person, this book wasn’t particularly for me. For the right audience, I am sure this will a pleasing start for a new series.
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    Fast-paced Thriller

    Go Home Afton was a really interesting and action packed read. I loved how Afton’s character developed along the way. Homicidal librarian? Small town? Strong female lead? Yes please! I recommend this book to those who like thrillers, anti-hero types, and a bit of dark humour. Looking forward to book 2!
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