Wicked Girl by IV Olokita (Book Review #600)

Wicked Girl is a psychological thriller written about John Wilcox, who happens to save a girl from a mental institute when an earthquake occurs. Elsie’s father begins searching for her lost daughter, and the journey between John and Elsie begins.

The story touches upon psychological matters, behavior, abuse, anti-socialism, and concepts of mental nature. The protagonist John, is a dropout. He is a failure, no job, living with his parents, in his thirties, who happens to be driving with his girlfriend at the time before she is crushed in the incident while John is saving Elsie.

 

The literature is written in a way that you almost feel like something is going to happen at any time. I enjoyed this factor about the book as the writing was skillfully designed to keep me intrigued and wanting to know more. The pace was fast and had a descriptive nature allowing the reader to imagine the scenes visually.

 

I recommend this book to people who like to read thriller stories and are into psychology geared stories.

 

Written by Jeyran Main

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