Tom Booker is a new attorney at a powerful Washington law firm. Texting while driving across Memorial Bridge, he loses control and crashes into an oncoming minivan carrying his own daughter and three of her friends. The minivan tips up on two wheels, about to flip over into the Potomac. Time freezes; he's alone on the bridge. A young couple approaches and offers him a rewind. The crash would be averted, the children saved. All he must do is kill someone every two weeks - anyone - a "soul exchange". A moment later Tom is back in his spinning car but avoids the deadly crash. He laughs about the hallucination, attributing it to bumping his head on the steering wheel when his car came to an abrupt stop. But his encounter wasn't a hallucination. Two weeks later the minivan driver is brutally murdered. Tom receives a text: one down, four to go. He has never shot - much less owned - a gun in his life and now must turn himself into a serial killer or his daughter and her friends will die.
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I loved this book. Crime+Paranormal
Definitely in my top 10. The pace of the story with great narration meant that I couldn't get enough!
The crime/thriller genre is full of a lot of books that are similar. The hero gets the bad guy having gone through a few twists and turns, usually a cop vs a killer. Mike Pace's One to Go is certainly not one of those books. Instead we see the crime/thriller genre brought together with a bit of the paranormal, and it's great! So I guess I'm saying the story overall feeling fresh, different and very entertaining.
The narration helped to keep me listening. It mixed well with the pace and kept the tempo moving. Andrew Tell has a voice that you can listen to easily which is essential for an audiobook.
It made me think. As a parent what would I do to save my daughter and those close to her/me. Would I be prepared to kill or would I stop when I glimpsed their lives and children? In fact what would I do if everything was my fault to begin with?
If you enjoy Stephen King and Dean Koontz books, or even James Patterson, you will definitely enjoy this book.
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- Tony Bough