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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
The Twisted Diary: Obsession by Anne Roberts, the second book in a trilogy, is a story of revenge and betrayal. The author has written it in a very unconventional manner, that of a diary format as the title suggests, which makes the plot cogent and plausible to readers. Harrison is madly in love to the extent that he is willing to do anything to get Kate back. Though he thinks he has control over her, the reality is that she has control over him. She plans to use him to her own advantage without making it that obvious to him. This story of mixed emotions will keep readers glued till the very end, waiting to see how the relationship between Kate and Harrison progresses.
The narration is detailed and personal, as one would express oneself while writing a diary. Kate's diary is quite expressive as she speaks about Harrison and her actual intentions of falling in love with him. All the characters add to the vitality and the twisted thoughts that give the plot an edge and make readers anticipate the happenings. The story is fluid and the events in the plot make readers think about Kate's mixed emotions.
The writing style is simple and the diary entries give the story credibility. The manner in which the story is penned, like that of writing a diary, is relatable to readers. The author does a great job in showing how the human mind and emotions work through Kate and Harrison. An exciting story that captures the many sides of a woman.