Megan's Reviews > Red Leaves
Feb 19, 2019
I always hesitate to say that a book is bad so I'll say this instead: this book was not very good. The premise sounded promising and the comparison to Donna Tartt had me intrigued. Frankly, Tartt should be insulted because the comparison is an insult to Tartt's body of work. Simons has created characters that are so unlikable and unrelatable that they become unbelievable in their actions and thoughts. If the narrative had been more fast-paced, maybe I could have gotten on board. But the narrative was slow and I just really didn't like the characters. I also enjoy twists and turns. But unfortunately, the twists and turns were not that exciting and fairly predictable. And the ending was a disappointment, just like the rest of the book. I have heard good things about some of Simons' other books but I would definitely hesitate to read any of them as Red Leaves really did not work for me.
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February 18, 2019 – Started Reading
February 18, 2019 – Shelved
February 19, 2019 – Finished Reading