Frankly Twisted: The Lost Files

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Frankly Twisted: The Lost Files by Kevin Eleven. So I was sent this book in return for an honest review, and that’s what I shall do. Lol.

Summary: So this was one book divided into 7 short stories, but all the short stories were somewhat related. They were all related to the BKPD which is a police department. Each story basically consists of a detective solving a new case. Towards the end thought the stories get pretty intense, and that’s where it gets good.

Here’s the summary from goodreads, cause mine kinda sucked lol: Many often think that they know the character as well as motives behind Brooklyn’s own 23rd precinct. Well, the fact of the matter is that they don’t as detectives find that scratching your head are the keys to figuring out exactly where it could have all went wrong. Moreover, this just so happens to be the dilemma of Parkside avenue’s finest as they now find themselves entangled within a twisted end at every single corner. However, what they haven’t realized is that someone amongst their own ranks has been leading them astray and is the cause of them backtracking as a result…

Opinion: So I really had no idea what to expect coming into this book. This book was very short and very fast-paced though, so that was good. I always find it hard to review a book of short stories, because I just honestly have different opinions for all the stories. Some of the stories were a little hard to follow and a little boring, but some of the other stories were very exciting and I was sad they were so short, because I wanted more.  I wasn’t a huge fan of the writing style, but I really liked the characters. So overall, I would totally recommend this book to anyone who loves mysteries, but doesn’t want to get involved in a super long story.

4 out of 5 stars

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