Review: Platinum Prey (The Blind Barriers Trilogy #2) by Sophie Davis
Published: Jan. 3, 2015
Publisher: Dabber & Baehr
Pages: 287 (print)
Genre: Teen, YA, Mystery
Review: ebook provided by author
Buy Links: Amazon, Amazon.uk
If a stranger was begging for your help, would you answer? When Raven stumbles upon a missing heiress’s diary and the riddled pleas within its pages, she’s stunned to discover a mysterious connection between them.
I received this book to give an honest review.
Okay now I will say this now please make sure you have read book one before you start this one, and if it has been a hot minute on reading the first one you may want to read it again. Unless you have a super great memory and remember everything in book one. The reason I say this is because I remember a little bit about book one it has been 2 years since I read the first book so I jumped into this one and at first I was a bit lost as to what was going on. I couldn't truly remember why Raven was a mission to the answers to what happened to Lark or why I thought Asher was shady.
Though as time went on it all started clicking and I have to say I was really enjoying the whole mystery of Lark going missing. We go back and forth between Lark's point of view and Raven's. We finally learn what is bothering Lark with her father's company and I have to give Lark props on how she handled it. Asher became even more shady and he really showed his colors towards the end. Now we a scene with some mystery man and Asher which throws in another mystery person. I wonder who this mystery man is as he was not given a name and what is his role in it all. Raven doesn't seem to be too close to finding Lark but she will find her boyfriend the one that she kept secret from her lavish world.
I can not wait to read book three when it comes out because I want to see what happened Lark, will Raven figure out all the clues. There is so much mystery within this story that you just can't help enjoying it. I think all the answers we need will come together in book three it will be just a waiting game until it comes out. This book is good for the teens and young adult's as there is nothing graphic in any form.
"Sophie Davis" is the pseudonym for two best friends, roommates, and now writing partners. The pair met at Penn State's Dickinson School of Law in 2005 and instantly bonded over their love of great books and bad horror movies. After they graduated, when one longed for the ability to read minds so she wouldn't have to study for the bar exam, a Saga was born. When the Talented Saga went on to be an internationally bestselling series, the girls decided to throw caution to the wind and follow their shared life-long dream of being writers.
The duo currently lives in Washington, D.C. with a poodle and a rescued mutt. The pups are their faithful companions—with frequent social media appearances—as the girls navigate the world of Indie Publishing.