Published by Independently Published on July 10th 2020
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Desperation had a flavor.
It was all Emma could taste as her life in Washington DC started to crumble before her.
In a city filled with prestige and American dreams also lay political fallacy and corruption—corruption she would soon find herself indulging in.
Emma would have done anything to save herself from the downfall, gone to any length, sacrificed her soul if needed.
What she didn’t realize was that someone else was more desperate to save their own life and that the worst was yet to come.
I’m not sure where to start. I really enjoyed this book even if it was predictable. But to be fair, I read a lot of suspense books. I figured out what was going on pretty early on.
I love the concept of it, though. Some twists and turns will leave you reading until the very last page. The characters are exciting, and you can easily fall in love with them or hate them.
Overall, Am I the Only One is a good book. I recommend it to anyone who likes suspense/thriller books and even those who don’t. The only thing I hated is the ending. I’m hoping there will be a sequel as so many things are left unanswered.
To be honest, I do not read many mystery and suspense books, so I became utterly engrossed when I began this book. It definitely wasn’t predictable to me as it was for Angie.
How EK Blair described the interesting characters was very detailed and precise. Most of the time, I wasn’t sure who to label as the bad guy in the story. I loved how the author weaved the first half of the book, but towards the end, I felt like it lost all of its steam.
It wasn’t an ending that I was prepared for, which made me ask myself – are mysteries supposed to end this way? I felt as if there were vital elements that were completely missing. Will there be more? I sure do hope so! I became too invested in Emma’s story, and I wish to know what became of her. Please, give me more.