It’s an absolute joy to be sharing my review for Robert J. Lloyds new book The Poison Machine today. I think it was around this time last year I shared my review for The Bloodless Boy, book 1 in the Hunt and Hooke series which I loved, so I jumped at the chance to read and review The Poison Machine. Thanks to Nikki at Melville House for the copy and spot on the blog tour.
The Poison Machine is set a year after The Bloodless Boy and it was wonderful being reacquainted with the wonderful characters Robert J. Lloyd has created. Not only do we have the joy of them we have some new characters to get to know and like and each character really brings something to the story.
Robert J. Lloyd really is skilled at bringing his stories to life. Each setting and scene played like a movie as I read and I’d actually love to see this on screen, it would be absolutely wonderful. I could imagine snuggling down on a Sunday evening watching it, it would be a joy.
This was a quick read for me, I found myself absolutely hooked from the start and with its fast pace it was difficult to put down. It has tension and surprises, humour and some violence and was quite an addictive read. I didn’t know who to trust so had to keep reading to find out what was going to happen.
I definitely highly recommend The Poison Machine and it’s predecessor The Bloodless Boy. Both absolutely wonderful, intriguing and addictive reads.
My names Dee-Cee, I’m a mum in my 30’s and I’m obsessed with reading. From an early age reading became a passion, but after a family tragedy back in 2014 my love of books has grown and it gives me an escape from grief and takes me into another world. I love Crime, Psychological thrillers, anything with a murder really. I leave reviews on my blog, Amazon UK, .com, Goodreads and Netgalley.
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