Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Murdermorphosis Review


Author: Jeffrey A. Apostol
Average Rating: 4.67/5.0
Personal Rating: 4.0/5.0
Page Count:  76
Finished Reading: July
Published: May 29th, 2014

According to Goodreads:

A police detective, adopted at birth, pursues an enigmatic killer, responsible for the death of a beautiful yet troubled woman. Unknown to him, his own true identity holds the key to solving the case. When the murder becomes something else, the detective spirals down a path of self obliteration. Will he survive the Murdermorphosis?

My opinion:

I received a copy to review from the author, but in no way does that have an impact on my views and opinions. 

Let me start off with saying that this novel isn't for the young ones out there. There are some graphic descriptions and language that is included that are not appropriate. 

This novel was a pretty easy and quick read to get through. I found myself flying through the pages to find out what would happen next. There were times that I was completely taken back with surprise, because I didn't see the event coming. I would definitely define this novel as a psychological thriller. I really felt this book get into my head...if that makes sense.

As far as the characters went, I really didn't feel any connections with them. They lived completely different lives than I do. But they were also very one dimensional. There was no development throughout the book with them, so connecting with them on a personal level was quite a task. 

The only major problem I had with this novel was the ending. It was extremely abrupt and rushed. I felt like there were quite a few questions left unanswered.

Overall, I enjoyed reading this novel. I would definitely recommend it to all those thriller, suspense, and crime lovers out there. It is definitely a quick read, so if you're interested in the genres and are looking for a quick read you  have found a winner! 

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  1. This sounds pretty good I love the ones not appropriate for younger readers baha. It sounds like an easy/quick read, too bad the ending was so rushed though I hate when that happens!! Great review!

    1. It's always good to switch up things sometimes. I literally read the last page, and was like wait is that all? But what about...hahaha! Thank you!!