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A Tale of Two Murders

Well, I didn’t feel anything at all while reading the book. It wasn’t that bad but was it good, I won’t really say it was.

The ending was convenient if there was a word for it. And I don’t think there is one which is better suited to describing the ending than just merely boring.

The story wasn’t really all that intriguing. I didn’t care a single bit about Charles. And the mystery was small, nothing particularly horrific.

Although the ending feels stitched together with the themes just being thrown together so that it feels better suited. Nothing really spectacular there.

And I did care to an extent, but the ending just felt too convenient. Especially when it brought the idea of someone doing something inconceivable. But by the end, I could make a rough guess as to who was the culprit.

Overall, I’m ambivalent as to the story and where it ended. But the plot did get to me at times.

Rating: 2.5 out of 5

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