Book Review for Legal Crime by Samiksha Bhattacharjee


This exciting and captivating page-turner transports you into the fascinating story of sixteen-year-old aspiring singer Fiona Watson who runs away from her family, oblivious to the dangers outside her shielded comfort zone. As she journeys through her new world, leaving her past behind and determined to find a new identity, she uncovers surprising secrets buried deep within her long ago… How do her new friends link to her past? What secrets are they hiding behind their misleading smiles? How much of herself has she really left behind? And how will she cope when she realises that she has made a huge mistake… one that could ruin her forever?

My Review;

Firstly I would like to point out the author of this book is thirteen years old and to write a book about older characters is impressive and she should be immensely proud of what’s she’s done. This author shows a lot of promise and if her first book is like this then she will definitely be an author to look out for. The book just fell a little flat for me in the character development side of things but overall I can’t wait to see more books by this author.

Thank you Anne Cater from RandomThingsTours for letting me take part in the blog tour for this book.

3 thoughts on “Book Review for Legal Crime by Samiksha Bhattacharjee

  1. I love the cover for this! That really catches the eye! Impressive that someone so young can write a book like this too. I couldn’t write a book to save my life! Glad you liked it 🙂

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