Book Review: The Minders by John Marrs


Title: The Minders

By: John Marrs

Genre: Thriller

Pages: 433

Release Date: July 21st, 2020

Publisher: Ebury Digital

Rating: ★★★★☆


Summary from Goodreads:

Everyone has secrets. They know yours...

In the 21st century information is king. But computers can be hacked, files can be broken into. So a unique government initiative has been borne. Five ordinary people have been selected to become the latest weapon in thwarting cyber terrorism. A revolutionary medical procedure has turned them into the ultimate secret keepers - the country's most secretive information has been taken offline and turned into genetic code implanted inside their heads.

Together, the five know every secret – the truth behind every Government lie, conspiracy theory and cover up. Only somebody has discovered who the secret keepers are. And one by one, they are being hunted down...


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And yet again, John Marrs has blown my mind. This story was complex and wonderful, yet horrifying and cringe worthy. I loved the complexity of how the characters story lines intertwined, but were easy to follow, and the plot line took me by surprise at the end. It made my head spin.

The thought of five individuals holding all the secrets of the government in their heads is so out there, but yet so real and close. But secrets don't stay buried for long. In a turn of events, the secret of the secret holders is exposed and one by one, they are being hunted down. How will it all end? You will have to read The Minders to find out.

Received an advance reader copy in exchange for a fair review. 

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