Killing the Butterfly by Dale Ward (Book Review #1369)

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‘Killing the Butterfly’ is a fiction thriller, and you follow Patty, a 19-year-old girl who dreams of travelling the world writing. Her dreams don’t really go as planned. Travelling, she does but with her violent boyfriend, Roy, who gets her involved in violent crimes.

Patty is a strong female character. Her personality is very relatable, and it is easy to bond with her. Escaping Roy is not easy, as she must first believe in herself and figure out ways to run without getting killed.

The story is written very well. It is descriptive in a form where the thrilling nature of the story is kept throughout the read. What stood out most for me was how the story had a beautiful flow to it. I recommend this book to fiction readers.

Written by Jeyran Main

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