Another fast paced adventure in the Designer name trilogy. Givenchy Code (Book 1) was a little better, but this was still a fast, fun read.
I continue to be impressed with this series. I don't play the games because I'm really bad at that sort of thing (especially when the clues involve Broadway), but I enjoy the suspense and fast pace. In some places, I felt like I was reading The Givenchy Code all over again, but she kept the series going. Resolution for a minor character was missing, but maybe we'll get it in the last book. Also, apparently we'll find out who's behind the game in the next book. But I know I'm not the only reader who doesn't really care - that's hardly been emphasized in the series.
Follow up to the thoroughly enjoyable GIVENCHY CODE....
I couldn't put this book down! Very fast read; I loved the fast pace of the story; every page made me want to keep turning the pages to find out what is going to happen next. I hate to see the series end but I'm so curious to see who is behind the game.
I was a bit disappointed in this one. It was almost a replay of the Givenchy Code but she used Broadway musicals for the clues. I'm hoping that the final one, The Prada Paradox, will be better. At least we will find out who is behind the game!
This is a computer game come alive, with key roles played by Manolo shoes along with Broadway musicals all serving up a nicely played out mystery.