The Kind Worth Killing Book Review

The Kind Worth Killing Book Review

Hello everyone and welcome back to the blog! Today, I am back with another book review! I found this book on Tiktok and for once a Tiktok recommended book wasn't terrible or overhyped. So, let's get into it.

What initially drew me to this book was the fact that we get the perspective of the murderer. The Kind Worth Killing is told in multiple perspectives, and while looking back it may seem like we got a lot of view points everything was done so well. Nothing about the POV switches, the time jumps, or the character connections was confusing. Everything was very simple and easy to follow.

There are three parts to this book and each other them were equally captivating. As one part ended and another stared, I was always left wondering what is going to happen next? This book really kept me guessing where the ending was going.

It's also not a very long book– just over 300 pages and the chapters were short. We are also told when the POV was switching and whose POV we were stepping into. One of the things I loved most, is getting the murderers perspective and their thought process. I like seeing their reasoning and why they choose to go about things they way they did. It's also interesting to see other characters easily debunk or just theorize the way things actually happened and trying to then think like the killer. Because, we as the readers know, so it's like a fun little game.

Apparently, there is also a sequel to this book coming out March 7, 2023 called The Kind Worth Saving and from the synopsis I read it sounds really good. I will definitely be keeping it on my radar.

Alright folks, that is all I have for this week! Come back next Wednesday for another blog post! As always, thank you for reading!