Eyes Don't Lie

Pub Date:   |   Archive Date: 09 May 2018

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Quick and fast paced story.  Interesting plot.

I didn't much care for most of the characters and the storyline get a little jumbled at times it hops from person to person. But it's a short read the tracks a bit of a punch.
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Firstly can I just say how much I love the cover of this book, it really draws you in from the get go.... I really enjoy reading murder mysteries, especially about serial killers. The story was fast paced from the off and quickly grabbed attention. Right from the first scene we get to see some action. I liked that a part of story has been told from the point of view of the killer. It may however, be a bit much for YA (which is where I found this title) so I would amend the target audience. Overall, I enjoyed this book and would recommend it to those that like thrillers.

Many thanks to netgalley for the opportunity to review in exchange for my honest opinion.
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This book was pretty good. It definitely held my attention and I’ll be checking out the author’s other books.
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This is a good vs evil type of story.  Keith likes curly haired brunettes with blue eyes. He wants them to love him.  They all resemble his deceased mother, but she never loved him.

Keith thinks he's safe with his kidnappings, assaults, murders until the grocery store clerk looks him in the eyes and sees the evil in him.

He has a daughter, Miranda, who can't talk .... but she does know sign language.  She knows her daddy is bad, and she draws his victims' faces so God will know them when they get to heaven.

The story premise started out okay, but then it went in one direction and then in another.  It's a murder mystery combined with paranormal and a lot of religious overtones.  

There were some errors ....
Miranda put her hands in her pockets.  "It didn't go too well." she signed.

The ending felt rushed, but I was ready for it  to end.  This one just didn't do it for me.

Thanks to the author - self-publisher / Netgalley for the digital copy.  Opinions expressed here are unbiased and entirely my own.
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