Book Review #63: Operation Stop Hate

Author: Jessie Chandler

Genre: Mystery &Thriller, Crime Fiction, LGBTQA

Language: English

Publisher: Train Wreck Xpress

Date of publication: March 1, 2015

No. of pages: 222


Special Agent Cailin McKenna and her team of National Protection and Investigation Unit are drawn into a case that started with a pair of school shootings in Minneapolis. As the investigation progresses, shocking facts come to light; a hate group is recruiting teenagers on school grounds, handing out metal music filled with violent messages

Soon the clock starts ticking and a fight begins for survival.


Well the description promised an action packed novel, what it managed to deliver is a relatively moderate drama. The plot was well-thoughtout and had lot of potential to pack a punch, but the characters, despite being fully detailed, failed to live upto the expectations. There was too much chaos in the narrative style which left the characters as well as the readers floundering.As a result, the outcome of the story came to a peak way too soon that it was expected, and left me with an anticipation that was quite unsatisfactory. According to me, the cover image and the title definitely did not agree well with the main plot, which contributed to another distracting factor..

My opinion: Not happy with my selection at all. The only reason I finished this book was because I had to write this review.

My rating: 1.5 out of 5


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