The Adoption Book Review

The Adoption: A Psychological Thriller Book Cover The Adoption: A Psychological Thriller
Greg Meritt
Teen and Young Adult : Mystery , Thriller and Suspense
December 6, 2016
Kindle and Paperback
396

Review :

This book began with mystery right from the start, it kept me glued to the pages in expectation of the next, it is very intense and filled with action. The psychological parts were well done and I like the concept of good and evil. The heroin of this book for me is Samantha, her role was well written, she proved that size does not always matter and that she is one powerful kid. Keeping her talents hidden was a masterful stroke which gave her character more life and credibility. This book was quite an eye opener and I have to say, I enjoyed it.

Synopsis :

ALL THEY WANTED WAS A CHILD. THEY NEVER EXPECTED THIS.

A childless couple. An adoption specialist. A little girl with a secret. A young boy with unimaginable powers. A scientist with an over-inflated ego. And an elderly psychic who knows the truth.

In the fall of 2002, in Seattle, Claire and Logan Keller adopt five-year-old Samantha Jennings and welcome her into their home. But then strange, bizarre and incredible things begin to happen. The Kellers are unwittingly pulled into an unfathomable world of deception, power and suspense. They find themselves on the run from an unseen force, searching for answers while trying to stay alive. What they find waiting for them is both shocking and unforgettable.

The Adoption is a riveting action adventure thriller full of plot twists that will keep you guessing until the very end. A mix of science fiction, paranormal mystery and the supernatural, it has something for everyone. 

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