2019 · Blog Tour · Book review

Twisted by Steve Cavanagh @SSCav @orionbooks @Orion_crime @Tr4cyF3nt0n #ThisBookisTwisted

Happy Tuesday, I hope everyone had a fun filled long weekend with lots of books and chocolate. Today I have the pleasure of sharing my review for Twisted by Steve Cavanagh as part of the blog tour and I’d like to thank Tracy Fenton and the publishers for the opportunity.

About the book

BEFORE YOU READ THIS BOOK
I WANT YOU TO KNOW THREE THINGS:

1. The police are looking to charge me with murder.
2. No one knows who I am. Or how I did it.
3. If you think you’ve found me. I’m coming for you next.

After you’ve read this book, you’ll know: the truth is far more twisted…

Twisted is available to purchase now – Amazon

My thoughts

Twisted, well where the heck do I start? I’m quite lost for words to be honest. If you’re looking for a book that will keep you up half the night, have your mind boggled and leave you speechless then Twisted is the book for you.

J. T. LeBeau, just who is J. T. LeBeau? Well he’s a multi-million selling author, everyone loves his books but no-one knows who he is and in Twisted we just might find out.

When I started reading this book I wasn’t sure what to expect, I’d read the blurb ages ago and knew it appealed to me and the internet has been going mad with people singing it’s praises so I was really excited to read it but I still wasn’t sure what the book was about, the blurb doesn’t give much away so it was a surprise for me and I’m going to try not to say too much in this review as I want it to be a surprise for you as well.

What I will say about Twisted though is that I have never read anything like it before. It’s wickedly clever, the writing and the story seemed to just draw me in from page one and I had a real unsettled feeling right the way through the book.

The story starts off slowly, you get a feeling for the characters and at times I felt like I was getting settled in, following the story and then bam, there was a twist and everything I was thinking and believing was blown right out the park. This happened quite a few times, I really thought I knew the who’s and the whys but the author really keeps you on your toes with this story.

Twisted is one of those stories you can’t just dip in and out off, it’s an all or nothing kind of book. I started reading it and I had to finish it, I couldn’t put it down and when I really, really had to, like when the kids needed fed (inconsiderate children) I was thinking about it and trying to see if I could figure out where it was going. I couldn’t and the surprises just kept on coming.

I am ashamed to say this is the first book Ive read by Steve Cavanagh and I had a look after I’d finished and found Thirteen on my kindle shelf so that will be getting bumped up the list to read definitely.

So if you hadn’t guessed by now Twisted really is a twisted story and it’s blooming brilliant. I don’t think I can or will ever forget this story, it’s one that really gets under your skin, it takes your breath away and leaves you speechless. I loved it.

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