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Review: Six Stories


Title: Six Stories

Author: Matt Wesolowski

Release Date: June 1, 2017

Rating: 4/5 Stars

Synopsis: The novel is constructed as a series of podcasts, in which an investigative journalist describes the circumstances around the death of a teenage boy in an outward-bound center, interviewing witnesses, suspects and people close to the incident. Their six accounts form the six stories of the title, creating a "chilling and compelling, page-turning thriller that also delves deep into notions of truth, perception and loyalty".

My Review: I adored this story. The unique style in which it was told offered a view into the story and the characters without adding in any extraneous detail. Despite the lack of descriptions there was a great sense of the setting and atmosphere throughout the whole book. The story itself was intriguing and held my attention. I enjoyed trying to figure out the mystery and the look into the mind of each of the characters, as seen through interviews. The book was creepy, mysterious and very compelling. If you love mysteries and thrillers with a creepy edge to them you should give this book a try!

Thank you Netgalley and Orenda Books for providing me with a copy for review.

The book is available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble


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