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Released: August 27, 2019
Series: A Noodle Shop Mystery #4
“I’m looking forward to see Chien’s writing in the future to see how it develops and grows. But WONTON TERROR is definitely a quick and fun read that I found still enjoyable.”
~ Under the Covers
WONTON TERROR is book four in the Noodle Shop Mystery series. This is a series that I have enjoyed in the past because of the premise of it. However, the more I read these books, there are things that I am discovering about this author and her writing style.
First off, let me start with what I liked about the book. I’ve always been a big fan of the Asian influence in this series. It’s definitely one of the most unique Cozy Mystery series out there and I do hope that more series come from this idea from other authors as well. It’s nice to see the Asian community represented in books.
But as I read this series I am quickly realizing that these stories tend to be very light in comparison to the other Cozy Mystery books I read. I don’t mean that they are slow in pacing or anything like that, but the conflict and writing style just tends to be more amateur in style. I just don’t think that they are as well-developed but that’s just my personal opinion. I’m looking forward to see Chien’s writing in the future to see how it develops and grows. But WONTON TERROR is definitely a quick and fun read that I found still enjoyable.
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