Advertorial by Paul A. Achoa
You usually have to pay a premium for first-rate fiction. Recently, however, countless readers were pleasantly shocked to see one of the year’s top new thrillers go on sale for $0.99.
Temporary Sale for Kindle Readers
Widely praised for its unique and suspenseful story, The Girl in the Rabbit Hole had already been one of the hottest sellers on Amazon. Now, it’s getting even more interest, thanks to the unannounced price reduction, which has sent countless readers scrambling to take advantage.
“In my opinion, it’s one of the best thrillers of the year without a doubt,” says Ronald J. Bushwell of the HBC Literary Review. “The story is a nail-biting roller-coaster ride, and the characters are very compelling. The dialogue, the writing. It’s all first-rate.”
The Candid Book Review’s Sarah McDaniels agrees, calling new thriller fresh and inspired.
“We’re talking about a very unique story at a time when every book seems to be a rip off of something else,” McDaniels says. “This book is special for a lot of reasons. It’s entertaining as hell. It’s really well written, and it sticks with you long after you’ve finished reading.”
Released last week, The Girl in the Rabbit Hole immediately began skyrocketing up Amazon’s best-seller list as readers started buzzing about this original, stimulating story about Claire Foley, a gifted woman who finds herself swept up in a uniquely terrifying situation.
Somewhere in the shadows, a mysterious organization manipulates Claire’s every move until she finds herself in their employ. That’s when things really get delightfully strange, and soon readers are turning pages furiously to see if this empathetic figure can use her incredible wits to escape her predicament.
“One of the great things about this book is its ability to merge great writing and literary merit with good old-fashioned commercial entertainment,” says Lois McGinty of The Best Books Journal. “Right now with only a month left in the year, I have The Girl in the Rabbit at the top of my recommendation’s list, because it’s intelligent, a bit nerve-wracking and a whole lot of fun.”