ALL THE LIES by ST Abby
MY STAR RATING
To understand the monsters in the world, you have to get inside their heads. It’s a dangerous place to be, especially when you start to empathize and lose your own sense of morality.
But that’s never happened to me…
I’ve never felt conflicted on any case. Right is right and wrong is wrong. It’s simple. Black and white. There’s no such thing as a gray area.
But fuck this case. I don’t even know what side I’m on anymore. I don’t understand how this town can continue to function without breaking under the weight of all the lies they’ve spun and lived.
ALL THE LIES by ST Abby
Ooft! This series only has one more book left for me to read and I’m getting nervous. There are things I need to happen and I’m just not sure that they will.
As more of her story comes out I get increasingly angry. These men, in fact, the whole town, need to suffer and I am so glad it’s her doing the punishing.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. I am in love with Lana.
I love that she’s cold enough to do this but is also able to love Logan as much as she does.
Darker and darker the story gets…be warned.
“So twelve of them took turns raping them,” Donny states, his calm tone betraying the simmering rage that matches mine. “Over. And over. And over,” she growls, her tears falling angrily. “They didn’t stop. Those babies laid on that street for hours, bleeding and screaming for help. And no one came. But that’s not even the worst of it.”
He’s so in love with her and doesn’t have a clue that she might be the killer. He’s so worried that she might be hurt and he’s super protective of her but it’s her that saves his life this time – not that he realises that.
I love the profiling though, I have to say. It’s fascinating.
I’m pretty sure one of the other team members have figured it out though, and thankfully it seems like he’s on team Lana.
FINAL THOUGHTS on ALL THE LIES by ST Abby
I am in this for the long haul, folks. I am so invested in this book that I’m squirming in my seat trying to keep myself from running back to my nest to start book 5 before I finish this review.
The writing has just drawn me in so much, I feel like I’ve watched this happen, rather than read it.
The things those boys did to Lana and Marcus are sickening. And their poor father!
Check out this scene:
“I’m the girl you thought you broke,” I say quietly, taking a step toward him as his body seizes in delicious fear. “I’m the girl you took too much from.” Another step from me, and a pained sound from him as he tries to stand, but falls back down in his haste. “I’m the girl you thought you killed.”
Book 5 is calling me now, yall!