Fiction / Mystery
370 pages / 4822 KB
I think this is labeled as a Thriller, but I didn't find it much of one. In fact, I had a hard time reading it. Part of it was the subject matter, I think. And, perhaps, part of it was the writing. I don't want to give away the story, which makes it harder to review, but it just didn't grab me.
Because of the lack of grab-ability, although I was hooked enough to finish it, I found myself skimming the last half of the book rather than seriously reading it. I did want to know who done it, and why, and how. I found out the who, but missed the why, and the how. That may have been me, not Ms. Brant.
The story is told in alternating Points of View (POV), which didn't bother me as the chapter headings gave the information, but if you're not used to reading that kind of story, it may be a little off-putting until you get used to it.
I give this book 3 Stars, more as a rating of neutral than anything. I wish 'neutral' was a choice.