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ARC E-Book Review: Memory Zero By: Keri Arthur

ARC E-Book Review: Memory Zero By: Keri ArthurAuthor: Keri Arthur
Title: Memory Zero
Series: Spook Squad #1
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Pages: 352
Release Date: 2014-08-26
Genres: Urban Fantasy
MORTAL RECALL   For Sam Ryan, life began at age fourteen. She has no memory of her parents or her childhood. In a decade of service with the State Police, Sam has exhausted the resources of the force searching for clues to her identity. But all mention of her family seems to have been deliberately wiped off the record. Everything changes the night Sam’s missing partner resurfaces as a vampire . . . and forces her to kill him in self-defense. Now Sam is charged with murder. Suspended from the force, and with no one left to trust, Sam accepts some unexpected help from Gabriel Stern, a shapeshifter who conceals startling secrets.   While investigating the circumstances surrounding her partner’s strange behavior, Sam discovers that Garbriel’s been involved with a dangerous organization that’s planning a war on the human race. More immediate, someone is guarding the truth about Sam’s past—someone who’d rather see her dead than risk her knowing too much. To stay alive, Sam must unravel the threads of her past—and find out not only who she is but what she is.
Format: eARC
Also by this author: Beneath a Rising Moon, Generation 18, Penumbra, Fireborn, City of Light, Winter Halo
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four-half-stars

*I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.*

Memory Zero is the first book in the Spook Squad series. This was a good book. I enjoyed reading it.

The first two chapters for me were kinda slow and it was almost to the point of slowness that I almost didn’t finish it, but once I started reading the third chapter it picked up speed and I really got into the story. I was glad I didn’t stop reading it.

The characters were relatable and the story was well written. The story line was easy to follow and I liked how Keri Arthur wrote the action and suspense scenes to follow one another in perfect sync. There wasn’t much romance in this story which was refreshing from what I like to read.

The story had a few twists and turns that really made it interesting to read once I got passed the first two chapters. Once I finished the story I couldn’t wait to read the next book in this series.

I give this story 4 1/2 stars and the reason for that is the first two chapters being slow. But I would recommend this series to people who enjoy the paranormal and urban fantasy gene. I have started reading book 2: Generation 18 and review to follow soon.

About Keri Arthur

Keri Arthur, author of the New York Times bestselling Riley Jenson, Guardian series, has now written more than 25 books. She’s received several nominations in the Best Contemporary Paranormal category of the Romantic Times Reviewer’s Choice Awards, and recently won RT’s Career Achievement Award for urban fantasy. She lives in Melbourne with her daughter and two crazy dogs.

(bio from Goodreads)

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Misty Gee

I am currently a stay at home mom and I love to read the following types of books: 1. Paranormal Romance 2. Historical Romance (with Highlanders) 3. Some Fantasy (such as David Eddings) 4. Some Horror (such as Stephen King) 5. Urban Fantasy Books that I refuse to read are: 1. Same Sex 2. Political 3. Religious 4. BDSM 5. Self-Help 6. Gore 7. Young Adult Feel free to contact me at mstygee@yahoo.com if you would like me to consider review of your book. Please read this before sending your request. If your book is part of the list I won't consider reading. Thank You.....

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