A Line in the Dark – Malinda Lo

The most important thing is that Jess Wong is Angie Redmond’s best friend, even if Angie can’t see how she truly feels. …But when Angie starts falling for Margot, a girl from the nearby boarding school, Jess can already see what’s going to happen. …When the inevitable darkness finally descends, Angie will need her best friend. – Goodreads.com

This is a hard one to review. I almost would have preferred not having read the epilogue, and I would say don’t read the epilogue if you prefer a little mystery in your books.

Overall, aside from the ending, this was such a great read. I honestly wasn’t focused on finding out who the killer was at all. The chapters are short and the character dynamics and relationships were intense which kept me engaged the entire way through.

I read this book in one sitting and I think I might check out more by this author!

What’s your view on epilogues, do you prefer to know everything or are some things better left unsaid?

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