Book Review: The Breakdown by B.A. Paris

As the reader, be prepared to be flipped on your head and surprised. This book is a more twisted “Girl on a Train.” Whether you liked “Girl on a Train” or not, this is a must read!

Review: 3.6 Stars – rounded up to 4 Stars

Publication Date: July 18, 2017

Have you ever had that feeling like you left your stove on, or can’t remember whether you turned off the facet or flipped the laundry? This book takes that feeling and ratchets it up tenfold! Cass, the main character, is devastated by a murder on a road she wasn’t supposed to be on (per her husband), she receiving calls with silence on the other end and forgetting monumental things. Is the murder taking a toll on her or is it something more? The author drags you along, gaining momentum just as you start feeling for Cass. As the reader, be prepared to be flipped on your head and surprised. This book is a more twisted “Girl on a Train.” Whether you liked “Girl on a Train” or not, this is a must read!

Why I didn’t rate this higher: Majority of the book is spent building up Cass’ backstory. The last 25% of the book is where the ultimate action begins, and YOU WON’T BE ABLE TO PUT IT DOWN!

*Disclaimer: A copy of this book was provided to me by St. Martin’s Press.

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