Comments: 5
BrokenTune 4 years ago
I had problems with the beginning of this book. So much so that last year I actually DNF 'd this. I'm glad managed to overcome the first part of the book this year, tho.
Did you you get any d new how it would end before the actual ending? I couldn't predict this one at all.
Lillelara 4 years ago
No, I didn´t :).

I wasn´t exactly rooting for the murderer and yet I would have been okay with him getting of scot free, because a) the muder hasn´t happened intentionally and b) there are people in this family that are far worse than him. I would have had a problem with the fact that an innocent gets to jail instead of him, though.
BrokenTune 4 years ago
Same here.

None of them were likable, but to see one of them convicted for something he didn't do would not have been ok.
Abandoned by user 4 years ago
I think that problems with the beginning of the book were a universal phenomenon. I had the same issue - it took me ages to get past the beginning, but once I did, I was also riveted!
Lillelara 4 years ago
As soon as the diary section started I was glued to the pages. I think the beginning is important to the story, but it´s really a chore to get through the first part of the book.