Tattletale by Sarah J. Naughton

A sinister novel about finding justice in revenge, perfect for fans of In a Dark, Dark Wood and I Let You Go…

After years of estrangement from her family, Mags receives a shocking phone call. Her rebellious brother, Abe, is in a coma, and the police suspect he tried to take his own life. But Mags isn’t so sure, and she begins to crack away at the life of the brother she once knew: the dark apartment building, the whispering tenants, and her brother’s mysterious girlfriend, the only witness to the incident, who raises more questions than answers. As Mags picks up where the police left off, she begins to unearth the secrets her brother left behind—and awakens her own talent for revenge. Mags was so ruthless in her pursuit for answers that most of the time I disliked her yet I could see why she would cross a few lines just to find out who really pushed her brother.

-My Review-
This book took me through a number of different emotions with its variety of diverse characters and their backstories. I almost cried a few times during some of the chapters while during others my heart melted with love and heartbreak simultaneously (depending on which of the characters I was reading). Despite how devastating and heartbreaking some of the pages were to read it was worth staying for the final chapters.
-Reader Recommendation-
For mature audiences 16+ who don’t mind a little bit of LGBT and sexual references.
Special thanks to Hachette Publishers, Australia for sending me a copy of this book to read and review.
-Crystal
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