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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Kevin Lamb's life had totally changed in the past hour. He was leaving New York for London and chances were that he would never return. He is one of the pawns in a game of death. The same could be said about the woman whose latest mission was to follow Kevin Lamb. Kevin was basically aggressive but that did not seem to work in London. He has to handle his new assignment and it's the only way he can think of saving his own family. He has to kill a man to save his own family. Things take a different turn when he meets Melanie, another pawn in the game, and together they take a path where both of them try to survive. Will Kevin be able to save his parents and his sister?
You Thought Wrong (You Wanna Play, Short Story Trilogy Book 2) by Travon Toussiant is an exciting and compelling story that unfolds slowly and envelops readers in its horror and terror. The open ending will leave readers curious to know what is in store for them in Book 3. The narration is descriptive and detailed, making the scenes vivid to readers. The author's writing style is simple and his fluidity in narration gives a good pace and movement to the story. There is a twist at the end which takes readers by surprise. For me, the story is too short and ends abruptly. However, that sets the tone for the last book of this trilogy and I am sure, like me, readers will be waiting in anticipation.