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Reviewed by Divine Zape for Readers' Favorite
Tabula Rasa: The End is Nigh by Gordon Bickerstaff is a fascinating tale that weaves together elements of thriller with mystery to deliver one of the best entertainments for readers. Two skilled agents from the Lambeth Group, Gavin Shawlens and Zoe Tampsin, are embroiled in a murder investigation that will take them to unexpected places. The government defence scientist has died in very bizarre circumstances and the agents are just about to start an investigation to find out why, but it seems someone wants to stop them at all cost and they don’t know why. Read on to see how quickly the conflict escalates, with Zoe’s discovery of the coded phrase “Tabula Rasa” and the incomprehensible behavior of the son of the dead scientist. As the duo continues with the investigation, Gavin will have to face the greatest threat in human history while Zoe is shocked at her own discovery about Gavin. And what does a prophecy dating back a hundred years have to do with all of this?
Gordon Bickerstaff’s book is a thriller with a very complex and multilayered plot, a story that features compelling and well-developed characters. The storytelling skills are impeccable and the author has managed to keep the reader turning the page non-stop, wanting to discover what happens to the characters. Surprises are many and they come in at unexpected moments. The story feels real and it is relevant, dealing with great themes like climate change, crime, and human greed. I enjoyed the portraits of the two investigators and I loved the surprise they experience at discovering each other in the process. Tabula Rasa: The End is Nigh is a captivating story that will delight fans of thrillers. I just couldn’t stop reading this amazing story.