End of the Road

End of the Road

by LS Hawker

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ISBN-13: 9780062435248
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 03/21/2017
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 5.30(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

LS Hawker grew up in suburban Denver, indulging her worrisome obsession with true-crime books, and writing stories about anthropomorphic fruit and juvenile delinquents. She wrote her first novel at 14.

Armed with a B.S. in journalism from the University of Kansas, she had a radio show called “People Are So Stupid,” edited a trade magazine and worked as a traveling Kmart portrait photographer, but never lost her passion for fiction writing.

She’s got a hilarious, supportive husband, two brilliant daughters, and a massive music collection. She lives in Colorado but considers Kansas her spiritual homeland. She is the author of The Drowning Game, a USA Today Bestseller, and Body and Bone. Visit her website at LSHawker.com.

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End of the Road 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous 5 months ago
So much action-- great plot-- wonderful characters. I really enjoyed this book. Jade and her intelligent friends were going to change the future. But.... then it some down to-do you REALLY know someone? A great read.
SherryF More than 1 year ago
LS Hawker is a familiar name to me, so I was happy to grab End of the Road and check it out. Conspiracy and cyber terrorism, how can I pass it up? Something is very wrong in Miranda Kansas, where Jade and a group of cyber nerds are hard at work creating a computer program, a form of artificial intelligence that Jade began to help her sister, who has autism. The main characters are a group of computer geniuses who were chosen because of their computer skills and their ability to think outside the box. It’s easy for me to know there is danger on the horizon, it’s just figuring out who are the bad guys that is the difficult part. End of the Road is a realistic novel that lends credence to the attacks on our country today. How safe are we? Will Artificial Intelligence ever be a reality? Could you trust it to do what you wanted it to do, or would it choose it’s own course? Just think of the drones being used today and the TV show, Person of Interest. I love what if scenarios…what if I was in Jade’s shoes? Could I make the tough choices? “…in every utopia ever devised, only the “right” people would have power.” I love conspiracies and End of the Road raises more questions than it answers. There were some places where things didn’t work for me, and I never felt an overwhelming sense of danger, but all in all I would recommend End of the Road by L S Hawker. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of End of The Road by L S Hawker.
JerseyGirlBookReviews More than 1 year ago
In End Of The Road, author L.S. Hawker weaves another riveting thriller that is full of intrigue, action, drama, suspense, secrets, and murder. The author takes the reader on a wild roller coaster ride as tech researcher / programmer Jade Veverka tries to protect and maintain control of her invention, a computer program that communicates with Autistic people, but secretive dealings by her employers, and a strangeness about the surrounding small Kansas town, has Jade realizing that things aren't what they seem, and danger lurks around every corner. As the reader follows Jade's dilemma, the multitude of suspenseful plot twists and turns will give them goosebumps, and keep them sitting on the edge of their seats. End Of The Road is a fascinating thriller that you won't be able to put down, it will leave you wanting more!
CFishback More than 1 year ago
I have read all three of LS Hawker's books now, and I have to say, END OF THE ROAD was her best yet. Full of twists and turns, it is extremely well written and has a fantastic, well-developed cast of characters. This book kept me guessing at every turning point. Well done!