REVIEW: You’ll Be The Death Of Me by Karen M McManus

It’s time for another banger from Karen M McManus and it certainly did not disappoint! It is now my turn on the book tour for…

It’s time for another banger from Karen M McManus and it certainly did not disappoint!

It is now my turn on the book tour for TheWriteReads and so many incredible bloggers have contributed to it so far. So go ahead and take a peek at some of the posts shared by searching the hashtags #TheWriteReads and #UltimateBlogTour! A big thank you to Dave over at TheWriteReads for letting me join in.

What is this book about?

Ivy, Mateo and Cal used to be close – best friends back in middle school.
Now all they have in common is a bad day. So for old time’s sake they skip school together – one last time.
But when the trio spot Brian ‘Boney’ Mahoney ditching class too, they follow him – right into a murder scene.
They all have a connection to the victim. And they’re ALL hiding something.
When their day of freedom turns deadly, it’s only a matter of time before the truth comes out . . .

How did I feel?

You’ll Be The Death Of Me is a really fast paced read that kept me clinging on and not wanting to put it down! There is so much happening especially as the book takes place within a day, so you really get to know the characters as you make these discoveries. We follow the three main characters Ivy, Mateo and Cal as they decided to skip school one day when they spot another student also skipping school. They decide to follow him but turns out that something unexpected has happened. They are at a murder crime scene. But what happened to him? Who is involved? Do they have secrets that they don’t want to share with each other?

I would highly recommend this book to anybody who loves suspense and mystery. Karen M McManus’ books are always so captivating and you do not need to have read any of her previous books either.

Where can I purchase it?

You can purchase You’ll Be The Death Of Me from Bookshop.org with this link here. Purchasing through Bookshop.org lets you select an independent bookshop of your choice to help support too!

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