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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Restitution: A Sean Coleman Thriller is the fifth book in the Sean Coleman Thriller series by John A. Daly. Sean was finally getting a break, and he was happy spending some quality days with his friends. His good friend Dusty was getting married, so Sean and their friend Lumbergh packed their bags and got ready for some fun in Las Vegas. Sean was looking forward to the future, but he was not ready to face his past. However, his past was here in Las Vegas, and this time, Sean was ready to face it like a man. Before he knew it, Sean was fighting for his life as dangerous men chased him for something Sean wasn’t ready to give up yet. It would take everything that Sean had to stay alive and give these men a taste of their own medicine.
I love it when authors open their stories with intense action! Restitution by John A. Daly opens with a scene so intense and heart-wrenching that I could not stop reading. Sean was a fascinating character that I had (almost) a hard time understanding at first. He was very much guarded and hard to read, which made it difficult to understand him. But once he grows on you, Sean became a character that I rooted for until the end. The mystery behind the men Sean finds in Las Vegas, and the foreshadowing readers got at the beginning of the story were remarkably intertwined. There was nothing that confused me. Everything I read made me love this story even more.