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See No Evil

3.14  ·  Rating Details  ·  21 Ratings  ·  13 Reviews
Having earned a prestigious position, Matt Logan began his career working for the government. It was a welcome change from the life he had grown accustomed to in college-although Matt didn't know at the time that it would come to him with a cost. He carries in his mind a secret he must either learn how to live with or divulge. In the background are the remnants of the Amer ...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published January 3rd 2012 by Tate Publishing & Enterprises
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Rochelle Roth
Mar 15, 2013 Rochelle Roth rated it it was ok
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I got this book as a first read giveaway. I was really excited because I really like to read books that are political but when I got this book I was disappointed. The whole book there was no real ending to each subject. It just jumped around and after reading half of the book you find out its a dream which is pretty annoying. Also, I understand it is a fiction book but all the historical stuff that she could've kept realistic she changed all the dates and the names of it all even the city. I did ...more
Sep 19, 2013 Adam rated it it was ok
I'm somewhat mixed in what to say here. From the description of this book, I expected a political thriller. Instead, I often thought it read more as a history book chapter about the protagonist Matt Logan, as we follow his rise up the political ranks over about 20 years, as opposed to an exciting work of fiction. I do commend Guarneri's knowledge of politics, which she clearly has a strong knowledge from her many years working in the political arena. But those strengths and personal knowledge do ...more
Aug 28, 2013 Cupcakencorset rated it did not like it
The writing style stopped me in my tracks. It begins more like a long essay or bio/profile than a work of fiction, with the author choosing to "tell" the reader about the protagonist, rather than "showing" him doing anything to illustrate his character or experiences. In fact, you don't see him doing anything until page 20, and by then the author had already lost me.

(I received a free copy of this book for review purposes.)
Jul 23, 2013 Zoeytron rated it liked it
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This is one that should appeal greatly to aficionados of the political game.

First-reads giveaway, signed by the author. Thank you.
Jesse Kimmel-Freeman
Jul 05, 2013 Jesse Kimmel-Freeman rated it really liked it
This is a very impressive book. You can tell that Cristina knows what she's talking about. The book is well researched and it is adds an inviting layer to the notion of politics and the government. Not all writers that use their backgrounds succeed in creating a well-balanced book that actually makes the readers want to continue the story. She does a great job of not bogging down the story with too much political/governmental stuff. I found myself rooting on Matt as he took on more and things we ...more
Andrea Ika
Jun 12, 2013 Andrea Ika rated it liked it
A Review of See No Evil

Cristina Guarneri

Author: Cristina Guarneri
ISBN: 9781613468197
Publisher: Tate Publishing and Enterprises
Rating ; 3,5/5 stars

Book blurb
Having earned a prestigious position, Matt Logan began his career working for the government. It was a welcome change from the life he had grown accustomed to in college-although Matt didn't know at the time that it would come to him with a cost. He carries in his mind a secret he must either learn how to live with or divulge. In the backgrou
Brenda Ayala
Apr 20, 2015 Brenda Ayala rated it liked it
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See No Evil is a play by play of one man, Matt Logan, and his ascent through the political jungle of the U.S. It's a bit different in terms of style of writing. We go 50 pages before we get actual dialogue, and parts of it read like a relatively dry report of the political landscape Matt is facing. Again, it rarely had dialogue; even between characters it only went back and forth a handful of times before it went pack to its paragraphs and regular pacing.

The actual content was definitely engagin
Aug 01, 2014 Katrina rated it it was ok
I could pretty much copy the previous review as my own, this book was kinda difficult to get through and having won it I wanted to give it a chance. If anything it just got more jumbled towards the end though. Sorry, I would not recommend this to others.
Jun 05, 2013 Ailyn rated it really liked it
Book about politics, although I am skeptical that Matt Logan is real, I do hope that one day someone will be just like him. Honest, ethical and a real hard worker.
I have to say, although Guarneri seems a little optimistic about the protagonist, nevertheless it is an insight to peer into the world of a politician.
The events happens quick, she cuts to the chase, and she delivers! Score!
I would recommend it to someone who likes politics, or is despairing about the level of corruption in the modern
Angela Grand
Jul 24, 2013 Angela Grand rated it really liked it
Not too bad of a book. I am not into politics so some of it was a little hard to follow for me, but it kept my attention. It was a very easy read. Small chapters where easier for me to follow since I have a toddler. I would read other books from Christina. I also saw that she did a few children's series, which I am also interested in. Good book!!!
Jan 28, 2013 Janine rated it really liked it
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Although I don't find politics particularly interesting, I did enjoy this book. I found it to be educational and the main character in the book, Matt, was likeable.

I was fortunate to win this book through Goodreads Firstreads.
Aug 09, 2012 Kristen rated it really liked it
A great read! Captivating and enjoyable. A quick read. The author did a great job conveying the moral compass of the main character and what he wanted to accomplish.
Jun 19, 2013 Michael rated it liked it
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Very interestingly written. Very thought provoking.
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