Endings is a one of a kind story about a woman who may not be as cold-hearted as she thought. The characters were interesting because people like them exist, but they are very extreme. Insane serial killers and unfeeling hit women aren’t really the most normal people. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing though, it just makes the book unique.
In this book, a wife and mother gets pushed to her breaking point by losing both of those titles to a house fire. She has nothing to do with herself so she learns how to use a gun and does just that: uses it. Her broken heart goes into hibernation only to be awoken when she learns of a serial killer hunting children. No one has been able to stop him, but she knows she can, so she will.
This book was written in an interesting way, it has a staccato feeling to it which could be improved upon, but mostly it gave the book a pleasingly unusual attribute. Anyone who is looking for a book that does not hold any type of average story should consider reading Endings for the sheer unusualness of it.
|Author||Linda L. Richards|
|Page Count||336 pages|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|