Bustle ‘Bout Books: Review- ‘See You Soon, Afton’ by Brent Jones

Name: ‘See You Soon, Afton‘ (Book 2)

Author: Brent Jones

Series: ‘Afton Morrison’

Genre: Thriller, mystery

Publishing date: August 7, 2018

My Rating: 4.75/5 stars


*NOTE: I am extremely grateful to Reads And Reels for sending me this book. However, this does not at all hinder my honest opinions regarding the book. This is a spoiler-free review. All opinions are solely mine.


Woah! What a ride! When I finished reading the first book in the series (‘Go Home, Afton’), I was left completely numb. And oh dear, it was even more thrill that I experienced while reading ‘See You Soon, Afton’.

‘See You Soon, Afton’ is the second book in the ‘Afton Morrison’ series. The book is written in first person and we follow the actions, experiences, and emotions of Afton Morrison. Afton is one strong-headed girl who seeks to eradicate a bit of the evil from the world by killing Kenneth. If you’ve read the first book, you’d know if she was able to kill him or not. Afton is driven by the sudden impulses to kill and to see blood flow out of the evil. Is she able to satisfy her need to kill this time? Read the book to know!

While in the first book it was Afton who followed Kenneth all the time, this time it is her who is being followed and spied on.

There is somebody out there who is following Afton and keeping track of all her actions. Afton is an astute person but, this time things are way too difficult for her to digest. Even after destroying all her devices and making sure to search each and every nook and corner of her house, she is unable to find out what enables the mysterious ‘Man In The Shadows’ to spy on her in such a dangerous manner.

Who is spying on her? Why? How? You need to read the book to know all that!

In this book, Afton comes face to face with reality she did not know existed. She is forced to know about her secret familial relationships. She is left quite unhinged and tries her best to make sense of what is going on. There’s A LOT that happens in this book!

We do see Animus in this book but, not as much as we did in book 1. If you’ve read my review of ‘Go Home, Afton’, you already know that I absolutely love the psychological concept behind the creation of Animus.

The characters that I like from this book are all the good characters including Chris, Tia, Kim, Jared, and Afton. I absolutely love how every character has a distinct feature to her/him. The book is both plot and character-driven in an astounding manner.

This book is even more spine-chilling than book 1! I definitely recommend this book to anybody who loves mystery-driven, thrilling and hair-raising novels! It’s definitely one for psychology-enthusiasts like me!

This is another series that is absolutely perfect for the spooky season. I guess I’ve got my hands on some of the best scary and thrilling books this October!

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I read 'Go Home, Afton' by @authorbrentj and absolutely loved it! I also posted a review of it on my blog! Now, I am excited to read 'See you soon, Afton' (the sequel) which is going to come out, soon! 'Go Home, Afton' is a book like which I hadn't read any before. The right amount of creepiness with just the right amount of emotion, the book is amazing! I recommend it to all. To read the spoiler-free review, head over to my blog! I am so thankful to @shanannigans_of_readsandreels for providing me with the ARC! 💜 This week's violet! UPDATE: I recently posted a post on my blog which talks about tips to beat reading slumps! The link is in my bio! Let me know what you think about it! QOTD: Do you like to read horror books? Which ones would you recommend? Are there any on your TBR list? Also, I am doing a blogger shoutout-for-shoutout session! If you're interested then, give my blog a shout-out and I'll do one for your blog! _______________________________________ 💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜 #bookstagram #bookstagrammer #indiabookstagram #books #book #booklove #bookishlove #amreading #blogger #bookblogger #amblogging #amwriting #bookreviewer #amreviewing #violet #colours #color #colour #bookphotography #photography #Bloggerstribe #BossGirlBloggers #BloggersGetSocial #booknerd #bookworm #booklover #bookgeek #reader #bookgram

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Check out my review of book 1 ‘Go Home, Afton’ here.

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With love,

Meher

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Published by: Meher Gandhi

Hello to all the readers and writers out here! I am Meher Gandhi. I am a dreamer and a wanderer, dreaming of a world made of words and wandering in a land of my own scribblings. I am constantly scribbling my reveries and all the secrets I unearth while living, sometimes it’s on paper, most of the times, it’s mental notes. WordPress is a great platform to showcase the art of writing be it on the spot or else. I am loving this work of writing blogs, reading your blogs, commenting on them, receiving the likes, comments and valuable suggestions. It is all so fun! I am a teenager who loves to read and write. I am a positive person and so are my scribblings. If you want to connect with me then, head over to the contact page in the “my pages” section! Would you like to join me in for a walk in my land of scribblings? With love, Meher.

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3 thoughts on “Bustle ‘Bout Books: Review- ‘See You Soon, Afton’ by Brent Jones”

  1. Thanks for the thoughtful review, Meher. I’m always interested when a reviewer assigns ratings with quarter stars. It’s rather specific!

    There are plenty more twists and turns to come in books three and four. Enjoy!

    —Brent

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