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Incognito – Khaled Talib

Pope Gregoire XVII has dissapeared. No one seems to have any idea what has happened to the pope, and no one know where he is. People are starting to speculate about his whereabouts, but it looks like he vanished from this world.
Ayden Tanner, member of The League of Invisible Knights, is send with his team to retrieve the pope. However, he and his team encounter a lot of problems. Those who kidnapped the pope are trying to stop them from finding him…

Incognito is an extremely fast paced novel, which leaves you gripping the edges of your seat more times than I could count. There are actually barely any pages that do not contain scenes that leave you gripping the edge of your seat!

As the blurb on the cover suggests, this book is a rollercoaster! It is very fast paced, which is the best fit for this book.

But certain things felt a bit unrealistic, which mostly had to do with the fact that the book is very fast paced, because sometimes it is a bit ~too much~ (for me). I would have prefered it if the book slowed down sometimes, to  give the reader some time to see what is going on.  

Overall, I really enjoyed this book and Talib’s writing style. If you’re in for fast paced books that leave you on the edge of your seat, then this is the book for you.

 

I ended up giving this book 4 out of 5 stars.

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