False Flag is by far one of the best thrillers that I have came across all year. I am a huge fan of the thriller/suspense genre and I admit I can usually be quite critical and picky with some works but I really have nothing bad to say about this work. The author writes with a well-refined writing style that expresses a well-thought out and complex plot perfectly. I thought that all the scenes were executed perfectly and the author knows when to build up in the right way before the more significant scenes. Overall, it's a great book and I can definitely say it went way above and beyond my initial expectations. Jay Tinsiano is an author to keep an eye on
False Flag is a must read for anybody that is looking for something fresh and dazzling in the thriller genre. The book contains a well-defined plot structure which helps to keep the reader's attention as the story moves along.
The descriptive language that was used to describe the scenes is something that I liked most about this great read. Ex. "The cheap Bangkok hotel room was low lit, net curtains across the open window danced in the breeze and the walls faded into a sickly brown shade from years of stale cigarette smoke."
The un-predictable plot twists, the character building, and the build-up big moments in certain scenes is what made me keep flipping through the pages. The extra attention to detail that the author used will keep you engaged throughout.