I Know What You Did: A Novel
Everyone is talking about a new book, telling Petal she absolutely has to read it. When she finally gets a copy, she opens it only to learn it’s dedicated to her with the words, “I Know What You Did, Petal Woznewski, and now everyone else will, too.” Petal forces herself to read, finding that the story is a fictional retelling of a tragedy that occurred thirty years earlier. Since it was written anonymously, Petal knows she needs to go back to the beginning to discover the truth before she has the same fate as her character in the book.
Overall, this was a fun story. I enjoyed Petal’s sarcasm and pessimism. You travel this road with her as she comes to terms with what really happened that night, and who else knows. I thought the big reveal was a bit much and slightly unbelievable, but still a fun read. In this day and age, when anyone can publish a book about anything as long as they call it fiction, no secret is safe. I’m pretty sure you aren’t allowed to use people’s real names without permission, but what do I know? Just keep your secrets safe.
|Page Count||272 pages|
|Publisher||Crooked Lane Books|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime, Thriller|