Twist of Faith
Twist of Faith begins with Ava Saunders finding a photograph. It’s a photo of an old house with the door open. As she delves further into this mystery, it turns out the owners of that house were murdered. How is this all connected to her? Her adoptive mother, recently deceased, told her very little of her past. Ava enlists the help of her two closest friends to find out the truth of who she really is. But on this search, she will find a trail of a lot more bodies and that maybe the truth is better left buried.
Wow. This book is very aptly named. There are so many twists and surprises, yet it wasn’t hard to keep up. The people you think are the main characters turn out to not be the main focus at all. The plot is great as well as the depth of the characters. I love that the author makes use of her psychology degree, bringing the characters to life without actually labeling any of them. It made the book more relatable and less clinical, especially since none of the characters had a background in psychology.
Although you could somewhat see the ending coming, there were enough twists and turns in there to make you second guess yourself. There were a couple of times that I asked out loud, “Are you sure it’s not…?” Then another big reveal came and I found out I was right. I think that made it more fun and not predictable. I think you will enjoy this book if you like being taken on a thrill ride or if you like stories of vengeance and you aren’t quite sure who you should cheer for. The book in itself is fairly clean, and it’s always nice to just read a mystery without having to bleep out sections in your head. Overall, a fun read that I think is worth your time.
|Author||Ellen J. Green|
|Page Count||332 pages|
|Publisher||Thomas & Mercer|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|