The Devil's Deep by Michael Wallace

Published July 9, 2015

The Devil's Deep by Michael Wallace

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I’ve got mixed feelings about this one. On the good side, it was a unique idea, a new story and a new set of twisting plotlines, and it was well written to keep the pages turning without getting frustrated along the way. On the other hand, it was an uncomfortable read, abuse of illegal immigrants and patients under the care of a mental institution, leaving you feeling helpless and angry.

In some instances, it was quite predictable - if you’re searching for the truth of a murderous plot, best not to go diving at the scene of the crime. In other ways, it was refreshing, a new take on the crime genre.

Overall it was an interesting read, but I’m not sure I’d particularly recommend it onwards.

Rating: Unrated

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