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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
I Eat Men Like Air is a dramatic, ensemble cast murder mystery novel penned by author Alice Berman. Sharply modern and intense in its interpersonal relationships, the story follows seven twenty-somethings on a disastrous path that leads one of them to a gruesome death. Unpicking the mystery is Tyler, a podcast reporter with a keen mind and a strong stomach, who weaves his way into the lives of the remaining friends to try to find out what led to the death of Alex, the billionaire’s son. The novel tells the events in two timelines before and after Alex’s death, as we gradually learn the reasons why his high-flying friends might have wanted him dead for many, many years now.
Fans of the new intense dramas on Netflix, like 13 Reasons Why, are certain to enjoy getting their teeth into this dark, social and psychological work of intrigue by author Alice Berman. Set perfectly in the Me Too era with its own questions to ask and answer about rape culture and the nature of secrecy, this is an incredibly well-constructed plot which brings different strands together in startling and inventive ways. Even though we already know the conclusion of Alex’s death, the secrets and surprises keep on coming. Berman’s character work is also excellent, with a narrative style that allows us deep into their heads to draw our own conclusions, sitting on Tyler’s shoulder to work out the crimes and conspiracies along with him. I Eat Men Like Air is a highly recommended read for fans of dramatic mystery.