Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Review: FRIES AND ALIBIS by Trixie Silvertale

Welcome to Mitzy Moon's life―the life in which she finds herself hung-over and in desperate need of a binge-watch and some aspirin. In short: parties, booze, and regrets.

An orphan for most of her life, Mitzy suddenly comes across her estranged grandmother's will, which leaves everything to Mitzy, including a bookstore in a nowhere town.

The character's dialogue was refreshingly candid, but sometimes you didn't always get what she was trying to say. Some of the things she says are real head scratchers. Mitzy is a quirky character, but she can be a little too kooky at times. I mean, seriously, did she have tourettes or something? The town folk were also a little too weird for my liking. They were a combination of Southern and punk. It took too long to get to the mystery, too. The reading, as a whole, wasn't really to my liking.

My rating: 2 stars

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