Book Review: Bones by Roux Cantrell

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Title: Bones

Author: Roux Cantrell

Release Date: May 25th, 2020

Page Count: 99

Start Date: October 7th, 2022

Finish Date: October 7th, 2022


Story: This one is one that kind of semi hit home for me. In a way. I don’t have the following that big, but who knows. It could happen. I don’t talk about it often, but I have dealt with a stalker in my past. It didn’t get to a level where I had to get the cops involved, but that didn’t make it any less scary. Books like this remind me just how lucky I got. How worse it could have been. Which means that I will probably read this book over again a few times. If it ever gets turned into an audio, I’ll probably have it in my to fall asleep to rotation.

Characters: Bones was almost on my nerve factor. He isn’t quite as bad as Tabor, but he pushes the line. That being said, I at least understood where he was coming from. As stated earlier, I kind of related to Conlyn a bit. The only differences are I don’t have as big of a following and I’m not quite as meticulous as she is about cleanliness. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.

Critiques: None

Final Thoughts: With a series that takes place in a world that I really don’t know too much about, I didn’t really expect to relate to any of these stories or characters. I have related to every single one. I have felt what the characters feel in every single one. In this one more than the others. There were parts that drove me nuts. I wanted to grab both of them and lock them in a room together, but I won’t go into details. I still adored the story. It was intense! Also, I guessed right. That’s all I’m gonna say. I’ll just be smug about it.

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