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Ms Hawker has done it again Another fascinating tale told with many twists and turns Her grasp of modern day technology, film, pop culture, and the human psyche is unnerving End of the Road will take you on a startling journey through some of the scariest realities we face in 2017 as well as giving you insight into the world of autism and its effects on the family system If you enjoy a thriller with true depth, or if you are in anyway a part of or involved with nerd culture this book wil Ms Hawker has done it again Another fascinating tale told with many twists and turns Her grasp of modern day technology, film, pop culture, and the human psyche is unnerving End of the Road will take you on a startling journey through some of the scariest realities we face in 2017 as well as giving you insight into the world of autism and its effects on the family system If you enjoy a thriller with true depth, or if you are in anyway a part of or involved with nerd culture this book will be a real treat for you But even if you don t know every scene from Star Trek or Buffy the Vampire Slayer, you will still enjoy the depth of the story and the development of the characters.In all three of her novels, Hawker has proven herself to be a great architect of perfectly timed twists and turns so that the reader closes the last page feeling like they just rode one of the greatest American coasters a bit winded, heart pounding, but thrilled by the ride and ready to go again and again The beginning of the tale is like being pulled up the first big hill of a coaster, link by link, knowing that a big drop is coming, full of anticipation, not really knowing when you will go over the top and be caught up in the thrilling speed of the fall And then you are off and you better clear your day because you won t be able to get off the ride until you pull into the station I truly can t wait to see what this author will bring to us next Jade is very smart and she has created something that could change the world Little does she know that it could change it for the worse She has been creating a possible AI Something to enhance communication between people and between computers Of course there is something hinky going on, and Jade along with her colleagues and friends who are also working on the project find that out I liked the thriller aspect and the sci fi possibility of technological singularity Jade was interesting and Jade is very smart and she has created something that could change the world Little does she know that it could change it for the worse She has been creating a possible AI Something to enhance communication between people and between computers Of course there is something hinky going on, and Jade along with her colleagues and friends who are also working on the project find that out I liked the thriller aspect and the sci fi possibility of technological singularity Jade was interesting and so were the secondary characters I did also like that the author touched on being a woman in the sciences field can be tough although at times it felt like the author was saying ALL men who were in the sciences fields were part of He Man Woman Haters club which bothered me Other than that and the plot twist reveal at the end I saw a mile away I liked this book I d suggest it for those who want a quick reading thriller This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I really enjoyed The Drowning Game so was excited to read something else by L.S Hawker I was must admit this started off slow, about 60 pages in I was toying with the idea of moving on to something else However, from then on I felt the middle really picked up and had great promise So I stuck with it With 100 pages left I realised I was going to be disappointed I realised there wasn t going to be much description back story fleshing out when the book was rather short for this kind of stor I really enjoyed The Drowning Game so was excited to read something else by L.S Hawker I was must admit this started off slow, about 60 pages in I was toying with the idea of moving on to something else However, from then on I felt the middle really picked up and had great promise So I stuck with it With 100 pages left I realised I was going to be disappointed I realised there wasn t going to be much description back story fleshing out when the book was rather short for this kind of story approx 300 pages , but I just found that I was left disappointed What was the point in the guy can t remember his name now, he made such little impact leaving his number in Jade s back pocket, just for her to throw it in the bin and never revisit it I found this whole character uninteresting and pointless There was no story progression really with the other group of people said guy worked for , I found this a real missed opportunity Why when said guy was being interrogated for information did they then leave him with his phone I know they couldn t get a signal in the compound but surely they wouldn t leave him with it If nothing else, you d think they d at least want to look through it They took Elias phone but left the others, why Jade s dad seemed to askquestions about why she wanted an old game than he did about why the police were showing up at his house This whole thing was infuriating Maybe it was to show that he trusted his daughter, but I just found it a little weird So manyquestions that just confused and irritated me, overall I found the interactions between the characters infuriating This book sounded interesting and I believe could have had real promise, however it seemed rushed and badly thought out Although I m disappointed with End of the Road I feel I will readby L S Hawker and keep my fingers crossed In End Of The Road, author L.S Hawker weaves another riveting thriller that is full of intrigue, action, drama, suspense, secrets, and murder.The author takes the reader on a wild roller coaster ride as tech researcher programmer Jade Veverka tries to protect and maintain control of her invention, a computer program that communicates with Autistic people, but secretive dealings by her employers, and a strangeness about the surrounding small Kansas town, has Jade realizing that things aren t w In End Of The Road, author L.S Hawker weaves another riveting thriller that is full of intrigue, action, drama, suspense, secrets, and murder.The author takes the reader on a wild roller coaster ride as tech researcher programmer Jade Veverka tries to protect and maintain control of her invention, a computer program that communicates with Autistic people, but secretive dealings by her employers, and a strangeness about the surrounding small Kansas town, has Jade realizing that things aren t what they seem, and danger lurks around every corner.As the reader follows Jade s dilemma, the multitude of suspenseful plot twists and turns will give them goosebumps, and keep them sitting on the edge of their seats.End Of The Road is a fascinating thriller that you won t be able to put down, it will leave you wantingDisclaimer I purchased a copy of the book to read and provide an honest review and participate in a virtual book tour event hosted by Partners In Crime Virtual Book Tours.http jerseygirlbookreviews.blogspot wow so many 5 stars this is my third book by L.S Hawker and the first two blew me out of the water but this one, I m like what the hell happened This reads as for 8 to 10 year olds, maybe Y.A It was a good read but, definitely no twists or turns, not scary, not thrilling I d say cute. Another great book from this authorThis book was ever so slightly slower than the others I ve read by this author, but only because of the need to describe in detail some technical parts of the story Other than that unless you re one who finds IT fascinating , this book was incredible I love how this author always keeps you guessing up to the end Her books are well thought out, and well written I rarely, if ever, come across typos or any editing problems I appreciate that because constant Another great book from this authorThis book was ever so slightly slower than the others I ve read by this author, but only because of the need to describe in detail some technical parts of the story Other than that unless you re one who finds IT fascinating , this book was incredible I love how this author always keeps you guessing up to the end Her books are well thought out, and well written I rarely, if ever, come across typos or any editing problems I appreciate that because constant mistakes take away from the flow of the story It is a good thing I don t know Cuz I coon ben ovr n pig ub a dime This new super slo mo slur voice haunted Jade s dreams No, that wasn t quite right Mom s old voice haunted them In the dreams, Pauline would say, I was shining you on Pretty funny, huh And in the dreams, Jade was always furious at her mother for doing this to her. *READ BOOK ☛ End of the Road ☚ Great minds can change the worldor leave it in ruinsWhen tech prodigy Jade Veverka creates a program to communicate with her autistic sister, she s tapped by a startup to explore the potential applications of her technology But Jade quickly begins to notice some strange things about the small Kansas town just beyond the company s campus why are there no children anywhere to be seen, and for that matter, anyone over the age of forty Why do all of the people living here act uncomfortable and jumpy On the way home one night, Jade and her co worker are run off the road, and their lab and living spaces are suddenly overrun with armed guards, purportedly for their safety Confined to the compound and questioning what her employers might be hiding from her, Jade fears she s losing control not only of her invention, but of her very life It soon becomes clear that the threat reaches far beyond Jade and her family, and the real danger is much closer than she d ever imagined I finished reading The Circle and then read End of the Road LS Hawker s story is so muchintense and she doesn t lose the opportunity to write a great story This would be a much better movie Another great read by L.S Hawker Fabulous page turner