Saving Jason by: Michael Sears

Saving JasonSaving Jason by Michael Sears
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Perfection as a parent was a goal, not a condition and one that seemed to recede with each new trial the Kid handed me.

Jason a father to 7 year old boy with Autism has its challenges but add to criminal record and now working with the feds to uncover a money scheme, what more can a single dad take? By the way, someone is out to kill him. A fast packed thriller with heart. It takes heart to be a parent of a child of Autism. The stock market thriller part takes on a whole new level when it comes to who you can trust and taking down the scheme to uncover who is pulling the strings. Jason understands that the market is run on greed and fear and uses that to his advantage to bring it all to climatic end.

It is always wise to remember that when a sinister person means to be your enemy, they always start by trying to become your friend.

Because Jason is such a numbers guy, as a protagonist he is well developed and his character is black and white. He knows what is right and wrong and being a father he seems to be driven to right his wrongs. Redemption drives him.

A Special Thank you to Penguin Publishing and Netgalley for the ARC and the opportunity to post an honest review.

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