No, not generally. Hey! Wait a minute there, Mitchell. What does that have to do with this review?
Shelby once again will be receiving the
I have many friends on here who read a lot of books about nuts . . .
Whooops, wrong kind of nuts.
I even have a Jeff who constantly begs me to provide him with gifs about some real nutty stuff . . .
(You’re welcome, buddy)
But this book? This book was truly nuts . . .
In case you haven’t figured it out yet, you’re getting a non-review for Twisted because there’s no way I’m spoiling any diddly dang dong thing about it. Here’s what I’m willing to cough up with regard to this story:
As the blurb states, Dr. Christopher Kellan spends his days at Loveland Psychiatric Hospital where he oversees a unit of crazy . . .
No, like reeeeeaaaally crazy . . .
The kind of crazy that wants to wear you like a skin suit . . .
Dr. Kellan’s latest patient is Donny Ray Smith a young man (and possible serial killer) who has been accused of murdering 10 little girls. It’s Dr. Kellan’s job to determine whether Donny Ray is truly insane, or if he’s using insanity as a final Hail Mary pass to hopefully keep him from taking a seat on Old Sparky. Then things get just a little bit cray . . .
And that’s all you get, folks. Twisted is one hell of a wild ride. I won’t go so far as to say allllll of the twists and turns are completely unforeseeable, but I am comfortable saying it’s a hard one to put down. Bottom line????
If you are a fan of stories that at times have you guessing what is up and what is down and who is sane and who is crazy, kind of like this . . .
or this . . .
You should find this one to be deliciously Twisted.
Hey Jeff, here’s one more parting gif(t) for you : )
ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Thank you, NetGalley!
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