Netminder (Ana’s Review)

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Title: Netminder
Author: Jeff Adams
Publisher: Harmony Ink Press
Release Date: May 28th 2019
Genre(s): Young Adult, Mystery, Suspense
Page Count: 195 pages
Reviewed by: Ana
Heat Level: 1 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5


After a summer that was nothing like he’d planned, teenage secret agent Theo Reese is back to school and to work with Tactical Operational Support’s IT department. His world turns upside down arriving home from hockey practice to a major security breach.

On the run, he soon discovers the TOS network is down and he’s cut off.

As he uses his unique skills to find out what’s happened, Theo discovers the evil agency Blackbird is responsible. A nemesis from Theo’s first field mission is out for him and will stop at nothing to force Theo to help Blackbird realize their goal of taking global control of the internet.

Getting help from some unexpected sources, Theo must stop the internet takeover while trying to keep those closest to him safe.

I loved this book. It was awesome. As I keep reading the series it gets better and better. It is so sad to say goodbye to this characters that I fall in love with, since is the last book in the series, but I still enjoy the travel that left me to this ending.

It start with the fast pace and full of action moments that I love. It gets a bit slower as the story keeps going, but there’s always the sense of being on the edge all the time. The plot, always so unique, left me hook to it. It was very hard to put it down. I was angry at myself for not read faster and for not having enough time to read, but I still manage to finish it in a day.

I loved Theo and all of the secondary characters, somehow even the bad guys were a bit likable. One of the missing parts was the family time that I loved so much from the previous book, but it had a reason for being that way so I was fine with it. It might not have been much, but I still enjoyed some sweet time between Theo and his love ones. It had a lot of action, but one of the things I liked the most about the book is how easy is to get in touch with the emotions of the main character. I even had to hold back some tears at times.

This has been a fascinating series. Theo has taken a special spot in my heart. I wouldn’t hesitate on recommend it to anyone who likes books with a lot of action and who like YA. It does have some angst on it, particularly this instalment, but overall the good times, plot, writing and the easy emotional connection with the characters make up for every moment I felt angry at the author for putting Theo through so much. Definitely recommended book.

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Galley copy of Netminder provided by Harmony Ink Press in exchange of an honest review.


I love to read M/M books. I’m still doing a lot of catching up with some series and getting to know some authors. I love to read stories with dark themes, a lot of angst and complex characters. I’ve always been interested on how mental illness is portray in books, so I would probably read any book with that subject. Here are some of my favorite books  
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