the ultimate twist in the tale ! After reading The Fourth Monkey and The Fifth to Die, I thought I could second guess JD Barker pretty well, but this 600+ page thriller contains more twists than a 60s dancehall ! The net result is an utterly compelling, unputdownable roller-coaster of a book. Absolutely riveting and, unfortunately, quite plausible !
Perfect conclusion of an amazing trilogy Wowza, what a novel! A brilliant and perfect ending to one of my most liked book series. Thereâs so much to take in and wrap your head around in this one, it seriously had my thoughts in a twist. I really had no doubt it was going to be good but I didnât know it was going to be this good. The Sixth Wicked Child might be the third and last novel in the trilogy but all three novels have very strong plotlines and every one of them is a thrill to read if you like your reads very dark and about a…
Master piece Thank you to J.D. Barker, Hampton Creek Press and NetGalley who provided me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest reviewFirst, I must advise you that you really need to read the first 2 books before you attempt to read this. As there is one hell of a back story (and they are both extremely good books), and they set this one up brilliantly. However, although you really need to read first 2 before this one, this is Mr Barkers journey and he is the one doing the driving…
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