3.5 of 5 stars
Ghost The Hidden Rider, by Casey Jo Reid was in many ways a great read! Its very fast paced, and easy to follow. All the bases are covered throughout, her characters were believable and relate-able. I loved the way Casey tied up all of her ends, and nothing was left to question. It’s rare to have so much happen in a book without leaving people out in the end, and Casey Reid tied it all together beautifully.
The story revolves around a very rambunctious Motorcycle Club, and their nitty-gritty crew. It’s told in the alternating first person view of four characters. There were a few scenes that reminded me much of SOA (Sons Of Anarchy, which I absolutely LOVE!). The characters portrayed were sometimes foul and super hard core, which was actually perfect for the plot. I loved the way Casey Reid held nothing back. I wouldn’t recommend Ghost The Hidden Rider to anyone under age, as there is much swearing. On that same note, the language makes the story FIT, and I wouldn’t have liked is near as much without it!
My only complaint, and the ONLY reason for a somewhat lower ratting would be a the need for a much tighter round or two of edits.
As a young girl Alexis learns that she cant trust many people with this set in stone the day her mom try’s to kill her, she liens on her father and brother’s love and will do anything for them even kill when ask to. Join Alexis in her adventures filled with love, hate and a whole lot more.