Honestly, I am not sure how I feel about this book. I loved all the mystery in it. It was told in past tense, first person pov. I read the book as concisely as possible, and only in the synopsis did it ever clarify who was telling the story. If you dont read that first, you will be lost in this story. It is easy to mistake the voice of the narrator as a female who is sixteen years old. Very simple wording, nothing too challenging. The story idea was a beautiful idea, but the story itself is very choppy feeling, and flat. I would rate it four stars out of five. Mainly because the plot was intriguing, and it keeps you guessing. I would mention more, but it seems like the whole book was a twist. I dont want to ruin it by adding anything that could be a spoiler. But I do know, the girl found at Fatmans Cove is very important to the story.
Kill the Lights A Mystery by David Whalberg