Twisted by Steve Cavanagh



1. The police are looking to charge me with murder.
2. No one knows who I am. Or how I did it.
3. If you think you’ve found me. I’m coming for you next.

After you’ve read this book, you’ll know: the truth is far more twisted…

I received an ARC form netgalley and Orion Publishing in exchange for an honest review.

Twisted is a bloody good title for this book! Just when you think you know whats going on there’s another surprise! It starts with a letter from the author, not the actual author just the author in the book, and then it jumps to a memorial for an author called J.T. LeBeau who no one knows the identity of. Here we meet Paul Cooper who is trying to kill someone we don’t know who quite yet and then he is discovered by someone, who thinks he is the mysterious J.T. LeBeau. The story then jumps back to 4 months before and from there we are taken on a twisty, suspenseful journey where you are not sure what is true and what isn’t. The story is told mainly from 4 peoples POV each with their own agenda not all of them honest. The main plot is who is J.T. LeBeau and what has he done to hide his identity?

Honestly I don’t really want to say any more because its so hard to say anything about this book without giving anything away. I will say that I recommend this if you’re a fan of books full of twists and suspense. I did enjoy this but I’m not sure I’ll read it again as I feel that once you know what’s happened it will take away the reasons it was so good.

You are never sure whats truth and whats fiction and even at the end its hard to know weather you read the truth or was it all the work of twisted mind.

2 thoughts on “Twisted by Steve Cavanagh”

  1. Ok so I have started to read books like this! And love being caught by surprise so I’m going to put this on my goodreads! Because the fact that you couldn’t give away more of the plot says it all!! Thanks! And that synopsis is just shocking!


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