Not as good as most of his books.
Who killed their parents?
What are the pills the kids have been given their whole lives?
Listened to this because I had nothing else. It was actually pretty good.
Books # 65-68 that I‘ve read in 2019! 📚
65. “Confessions of A Murder Suspect” (Confessions # 1) by James Patterson & Maxine Pietro ⭐️⭐️⭐️✨/5
66. “A Memory Called Empire” (Teixcalaan # 1) by Arkady Martine ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5
67. “A Prince on Paper” (Reluctant Royals # 3) by Alyssa Cole ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✨/5
68. “Last Tango in Cyberspace” by Steven Kotler ⭐️/5
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#ReadingResolutions • May 14|Fictional Family • The Angel Family is one of the more interesting/disturbing families I‘ve read about recently. More unbelievable secrets continue to be revealed throughout the series as the Angel children learn exactly what their intensely strict, wealthy parents were secretly doing to them prior to their deaths.
Finished this book after a delicious dinner! To be honest, this one was almost a so-so. The narration was not something that I really enjoyed, but the mystery kept me turning pages until very early this morning! The main characters are kids raised to not feel, and how does one really connect with characters who don't have feelings?! Regardless, I will likely be looking into the next book in the series. #reademandeat #LitsyLovesLibraries #yum
This book started out GREAT. I loved it, I couldn't WAIT to get to the end and find out who the murderer was. The revelation of the murderer in my opinion was a total disaster and it could've been so much better.
The actual story: 10/10, the ending 1/10.
Didn't buy the sequels because I was so mad at the ending. If you're a mystery/crime fanatic like me, buy it so you'll have it in your collection! #october #crime #mystery #dark #murder