Running in the Dark by Sam Reaves : review

Running in the Dark by Sam Reaves

*ARC kindly provided from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review!*

> Caption:
The lone witness to [a] gruesome roadside slaying, Abby quickly learns that the quiet town conceals many secret. When another brutal murder takes place, she starts seeing signs that somebody is watching her. And this time, running will not help her hide.

> Publication: February 6th 2018

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Stars: ✦✦.5
So as usual, I'll tell 2.5 things I liked about the book and 2.5 thing I didn't like.

So what did I think?

+/- 0.5 | The idea is great. That and the cover was definitely what drew me into it. It is quite a typical thriller regarding to what happens, but since the setting is completely new to the main character, it brought a new layer of mystery

+1 | Entertainment value. It started off really well and I did read it to the end, meaning I definitely wanted to know what happens - which is a great sign for me with thrillers and books in general

+/- 0.5 | I enjoyed the main character, but a lot of characters were introduced in a short span which made me confused heading to the end

-1  |  Like I mentioned in a previous point it started well, but I felt the pace decline

+/-0.5  | The writing I enjoyed, but the ending wasn't as shocking as I'd hoped

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