Monday 31 October 2016

Book Review: Killing Kate by Alex Lake

It is so rare nowadays that I find the time to read a book in a day and usually for a book to make me want to read it that quickly, it has got to be pretty good. Killing Kate ticked all those boxes!

A serial killer is on the loose and that in itself is dangerous and worrying, but then you start to notice that all his victims look like you and things start to take an even more sinister turn.

Starting off with a super intriguing chapter, you can't help but get instantly sucked in to this fast-paced and gut twisting story. The short, sharp chapters help to keep up the fast pace and suspense in the book, and is also one of the reasons it makes it so unputdownable.

Alex has created what is actually a very believable story; the changes in narrators and time frames keep you on your toes and the urge to keep reading on is strong, hence why I read it in one sitting. 

I may have figured out one of the twists, but there were many more twists to come in this exciting and heart-pounding thriller.

If you are looking for an easy, fast-paced and unputdownable read, Killing Kate is the perfect read!

Killing Kate is available from Foyles

Curl up with a cup of Twinings Tea!

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