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5/5 ⭐ | The Killing of a Shadow by J.F. Hilley

Updated: Jan 20

The Killing of a Shadow is a very well written story about Air Force Staff Sergeant Alexandra Foster who volunteered for deployment to Afghanistan and was happy to leave. Little did she know what was in store for her being stationed there. Although it's a fictional book. The heart-wrenching situations of hurt, loss, and abuse that Alex endures are things that happen in reality. Which makes this story come to life with a heavy impact.

Despite some emotional triggers, gruesome details, and wickedness of a killer. I was able to press forward while reading this book. Unfortunately what Alex had experienced in her deployment, is what happens in the evil world we live in. It gives you a deeper look into how the military affects those in it and around it. Growing up with my Father in the Air Force, I could truly relate to the military aspects of the book. It is definitely a page turner and keeps you plugged-in and wanting to know what's going to happen next. It is undoubtedly a good read.

The attention to details and character roles will definitely keep you absorbed. J.F. Hilley has done an outstanding job of writing The Killing of a Shadow and I am deeply impressed with her ability to intrigue readers with the realistic storyline and suspense. If you like stories where evil is avenged then I recommend this book.


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