Sea of Bones by Deborah O’Donoghue

Title: Sea of Bones

Author: Deborah O’Donoghue

Publisher: Legends Press

Pages: 288


Disclaimer: I received this advanced copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. It in no way influences my rating.

Review:

In Deborah O’Donaghue’s debut novel we explore a psychologist thriller with many social and political themes tied in. This is a fast paced book that will keep you on your toes. I enjoyed the third person narrative as it helped keep track of all of the characters introduced. Some characters I felt were unnecessary and only distracted from the plot, but overall I enjoyed it. I really liked how mental health was portrayed, however some of the themes of the book were slightly disturbing and could be triggering for some. I would read this book knowing that before you go into it. Solid 3.5 star rating for this quick thriller!


You can purchase your copy of this book on Amazon on July 1st, 2019!

Author: Rachael @rqdreads

I am a happily married, coffee drinking, cupcake baking, makeup loving mom of two rowdy boys. Find me on Instagram @rqdreads

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