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Book Review: Dark Places by Gillian Flynn

Libby Day is the only survivor of the “Satan Sacrifice” of Kinnakee, Kansas, the bloody murder of her mother and two sisters. When she was finally found, out in the cold and frostbitten, Libby said her older brother Ben was the killer. Twenty-five years later, Libby is still struggling with the aftermath. She is a Kleptomaniac, and a liar… The truth is, Libby didn’t see her brother commit the murders, and after being contacted by a group of people that are sure of Ben’s innocence called the Kill Club, Libby has to question what happened that night all those years ago. After doing nothing but living off of life insurance and the few donations she still receives, Libby feels that reevaluating the murders for some quick cash isn’t asking too much and begins investigating. At first, Libby is certain that Ben is the murderer and that the Kill Club is paying her to prove them wrong about her brother’s innocence, but the deeper she gets into the past, the closer she gets to the dark places she left behind.

I picked this book up because it sounded dark and interesting.

I finished this book because it was a crazy mystery where nothing is what it seems.

I’d give this book to any mystery or criminology fan.

Rating: **** Really liked it!

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Review by Serina, college student

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