You Can’t Catch Me by Catherine McKenzie @CEMcKenzie1

Hot Diggity Dang! Catherine McKenzie sure caught me with this twisty good exciting original thrill of a read! This one is her best one I have read! Get it now! Meet the Jessicas! They’re not to be missed!

I am excited to have Catherine McKenzie join me in The Behind the Pages for a spoiler-free Q & A June 18 at @3: 00 pm EST. I can’t wait to find out about her writing process and insight into her books. You can find the thread here

Brenda’s review

You Can’t Catch me explores an exciting game of revenge here after Jessica is a victim of identity theft. Twelve years ago, Jessica was a victim of a cult, and now she meets a woman in a bar with the same name as hers, and the game begins. She is no one’s’ victim now, and she is out for revenge!

My attention was caught right from the start with this cunning well-paced read, and every chance I had, I was flipping those pages. After a major turning point in the story, I did start to get worried with the direction it went. I wasn’t sure if I wanted to gasp or roll my eyes, and I decided to go with it. I felt like I was in some capable hands here, and that became clear to me when I hit that first twist that left me gasping in surprise.

Lately, it seems as if stories have been all about the characters for me, well Catherine McKenzie switched it up for me, and it was all about the plot and those brilliantly layered twists and turns.

You Can’t Catch Me is one of the best games of deception, revenge and cat and mouse game with some of the best twists I have read in awhile. Ok, I do have to admit maybe a little tiny bit on the far fetch side at times if you don’t find weaving that into your story as entertaining! It worked for me.

You Can’t Catch Me got me and got me good with that final twist and reveal! This is how you write a page-turner!! Maybe not a fast-paced one but a page-turner with those layered twists and turns and reveals that are timed perfectly! I highly recommend it!

I received my copy from Norma who received two copies from the publisher!

Norma’s Review

Twisty, absorbing, and fast-paced!

YOU CAN’T CATCH ME by CATHERINE McKENZIE is pure fun that was an extremely quick, entertaining, and brisk read. I was immediately hooked and it held my attention right to that extremely surprising and mind blowing ending.

CATHERINE McKENZIE delivers an engrossing, intriguing, and cleverly plotted story here with some pretty impressive twists and turns. I absolutely loved the short chapters and the snappy dialogue here which made me read this one quite quickly. I totally devoured it.

It was so nice to read a book that was a page-turner and fully held my attention. That has not been an easy task lately and I’m so happy that this one grabbed me right from the very first page. Love Catherine McKenzie and I highly recommend it!

Thank you so much to Catherine McKenzie and Simon & Schuster Canada for providing me with a physical copy of this book. I received two physical copies of this one; I won a giveaway that Catherine McKenzie was hosting herself and another direct from the publisher. I passed on one of my physical copies to Brenda. I also ended up with an eGalley as well from NetGalley and Lake Union Publishing.

7 thoughts on “You Can’t Catch Me by Catherine McKenzie @CEMcKenzie1”

      1. Oh, I am glad to see I didn’t miss that! lol I did feel a bit like Catherine created some suspense as to happen with some characters and then pushed it a bit by withholding back some information too long. It worked for me!

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