Review: Dying Truth by Angela Marsons @WriteAngie @bookouture


Release: 2018
Publisher: Bookouture
Genre: Mystery & Thriller

It’s no secret that Angela Marson’s Kim Stone series is one of my favorite series in the world, and although this book didn’t exactly make me happy, I can’t say that I didn’t enjoy it, because it would be a complete lie. It’s another great story by Marsons and I read it as quickly as I could.

The case was utterly fascinating, the secret society theme was so creepy and mysterious that I couldn’t stop thinking about it, and the scenes with the society meetings were brilliant. I ended up watching The Skulls movie after finishing this book, and I’m still in the mood for more cult-secret-society stories!

I love this series because the mysteries are always interesting, but mostly because the characters already feel like family and their interactions are so fun to read, I feel like I already know how they’re going to react when facing certain situations. And in my opinion, that’s how you should always feel about the books you read.

I’m not sure how to express my feelings about the ending without spoiling anything, so I’m not going to say much except that I CRIED and couldn’t believe what I was reading and I’m not going to get over this anytime soon.

Many thanks to the publishers and Netgalley for providing me a copy in exchange for an honest review


17 thoughts on “Review: Dying Truth by Angela Marsons @WriteAngie @bookouture

  1. Stephanie says:

    I’ve heard great things about this series and now I definitely need to add it to my TBR. Aww..I’m so sorry the ending made you cry! I hate it when one of your favorite series does that… 😦


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