#20BooksofSummer #Twisted by Steve Cavanagh (20/20) #Review

Well I did it! I managed to complete the 20 books of summer challenge 🥳😂

It’s been such a fun experience, giving me the push to read some of the books that have been waiting patiently on both my bookshelves and Netgalley shelf. So today I’m delighted to share my mini review for book 20 which is Twisted by Steve Cavanagh.


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…

My Review

After reading so many amazing reviews, I had been eager to read Twisted for quite some time. When I first picked it up I have to admit my head was spinning a little with what I was reading. I enjoyed how I was kept on my toes but I also think I was maybe expecting something different. The title of this book pretty much describes the events in this story. I was taken on a very twisted and intriguing journey where nothing was quite as it seemed to be! I always enjoy being kept on edge trying to figure it all out and this was certainly the case with Twisted. I knew there would be plenty of twists waiting for me but in a way this was also a downside because on occasion I was sat there waiting for the next one to pop out at me.

The pacing of this story is pretty fast! I really did feel as if I was completely caught up in this out of control situation right alongside the characters. The different perspectives just gave you a hint of what’s happening and you never really get to know them very well. I guess in a way this helps to add that all important mysterious edge to the book!

Twisted is a story with a difference one that will unsettle you, keep you on your toes and make you question everything!

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