What would you do if you can’t remember committing a crime? | My Thoughts on The Break Down by B.A Paris | Spoiler-free Book Review

The BreakdownThe Breakdown by B.A. Paris

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

What would you do if you’re stuck in a bad, stormy weather, in a spooky dangerous area. You barely get any signal or reception in your phone there, and you’re alone.

Until you see a car, that seems to have a break down. You can’t make out who’s sitting inside or what’s wrong because it’s raining cats and dogs. What would you do?

Case wasn’t sure either. Until, it was too late.

The next day she learns that there was a murder. In a car, that seemed to have broken down, in the same spot she drove by the previous night.

But it gets worse when she realises that it’s just 5 minutes from her place and the killer is walking around free. And even worse, when she learns that she lost a friend.

But that’s not it. What happens when you can’t remember the things you’ve done? You can’t remember how to turn on the coffee machine or where you’ve parked your car.
Would you remember if you committed a crime?

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I absolutely enjoyed this book! I love how BA Paris lets her characters grow and evolve (view spoiler)

I enjoyed Behind Closed Doors thoroughly, but enjoyed The Break Down even better!
Can’t wait for her third book!!

 

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