Gripping, tragic, and sometimes insane, Guilt is an intense exploration of love, sibling relationships, obsession, drug abuse, secrets, and rape.
In the opening scene, a brutal fight between twins Zara and Miranda leaves one of them dead. The other is left to fight for her freedom after being arrested for murder. How did the once-inseparable twins find themselves in this predicament? A manipulative man, Sebastian.
In many stories, love and positivity win; someone comes out on top. But Amanda Robson builds her characters’ strength through tragedy. Readers must grapple with the idea that some “demons” can never be conquered. Regret and pain linger with those who survive trauma.
I would recommend Guilt to anyone who likes a juicy story. Lifetime-movie lovers will be hooked.
Although Guilt is a fantastic read, the reader may find the story hard to follow at first. In some chapters, Robson writes in first-person with a dash of second-person thrown in, while other chapters are written in third-person. Another possible issue is that the book is England-based; therefore, Americans may have a hard time following some of the terminologies. These issues should resolve themselves pretty quickly, making Guilt a thrilling read for anyone who dares.
|Page Count||416 pages|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|