Cutthroat Cheerleader by Zachary Ryan (Book Review #1005)


Cutthroat cheerleader is a coming-of-age fictional story. It begins with Madison Taylor, a cheerleader captain, who is murdered. She is well known, a bully, controlling, and she realizes how her actions and behavior have affected everyone after her death. Her soul looks over everyone, and she knows who killed her. The killer is not done, and only she can see his next move.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

I wasn’t a big fan of the book cover. I didn’t think it represented the content, but the literature was written well, and there were many twists and turns with the scenes. The character growth and dialogue stood out for me. As the novel was a crime mystery, it embodied all the thrill and chills, keeping the reader intrigued to carry one.

I particularly enjoyed Madison and how she learned so much more about herself and her family only after being dead. It was endearing to watch her change and understand things she once was utterly unaware of. The story was well presented.

I recommend this book to anyone who likes murder mysteries.

Written by Jeyran Main

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