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  • This Tinfoil Butterfly is all sharp edges

    No spoilers: It’s best to go into this one knowing very little about it. I had no idea what kind of book this was when I first picked it up. I had heard that it was horror and a real page turner but I didn’t know if the evil in it was supernatural or human in origin. I’m not telling which one it turned out to be! This ultra-violent thriller is more gruesome and appalling than frightening. I would definitely count it as horror because it is absolutely horrific but not really scary. There is a decidedly ominous tension right from the start and it doesn’t let up until the very end. The story involves just about every possible trigger warning; murder, child abuse, rape, suicide, self-harm, cutting, drug abuse, desecration of a corpse, and I think you get the idea. Some parts of the story were almost sweet but the majority was very dark and the subject matter was difficult to read about. A butterfly is fragile and delicate but this Tinfoil Butterfly is all sharp edges. Thank you to Farrar, Straus and Giroux for providing an Electronic Advance Reader Copy via NetGalley for review.

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