Adam Snow says he didn't do it.
Now, as he awaits the jury's verdict, Adam Snow
reveals the truth about Madeleine.
Madeleine's Kiss - A Love Story of Suspense by Peter Gilboy
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Title: Madeleine's Kiss
Author: Peter Gilboy
This review is difficult to write. Mostly because Madeleine's Kiss was nothing like i expected and it wasn't like any other book i've read in a very long time. Don't take the blurb for granted - as you may have noticed, there isn't much there to give you an idea of what the book is about, but in the end, it's quite simple and straight forward as a storyline. A man, Adam, is charged with Madeleine's disappearance and death, and as he waits for the verdict from the jury as to whether or not he's guilty of the crime he claims he didn't do, he tells readers what really happened.
Like many suspense and psychological novels, i typically enjoy them. I like finding out if i was right, if my theories have merit and whether or not i need to reread the story to find out where i went wrong if i was. While i was captivated by the evens and how everything unraveled, i felt as though there was something missing. I didn't get my validation at the end; but that isn't to say that i didn't like this book. I just personally was left standing at the end wondering what really happened.
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