Saturday, January 14, 2017
Review: Trust No One
Title: Trust No One
Author: Paul Cleave
Publication Date: June 7, 2016
Genre: Mystery/Psychological Thriller
Recommended If You Like: books about writers, dark twisty reads, unreliable narrators
Jerry Grey writes bestselling crime thrillers under the pseudonym Henry Cutter. But now Jerry has Alzheimer's, and is confessing that the crimes in his books are real.
What I Liked:
When this book gets going, it really gets going! I put aside everything else I was reading to keep reading this book, because I had to know what was going to happen.
This is also a really interesting concept, the idea that a crime writer has truly written what he knows (advice he gives to aspiring writers).
Anything I Didn't Like:
When this book wasn't moving fast, though, it was moving slow. Some parts really dragged.
This book took me a while to read, because of the slow parts, but when it got good, it was really good. At some point I can see myself reading other books by this author.