The Warning by Kathryn Croft Review

I read this book in one day. I couldn’t stop reading, this book was so good! 

The book goes back and forth between different POVs of the different characters. The chapters are shorts and they always keep you wanting more. They end on tiny cliff-hangers phrases that just got to me. Because of these, I felt the novel was fast-paced, and action-packed, just the way I like it! 

I also really enjoyed the investigating aspect of this, a mother that must dig for the truth. A story of the lengths a mother will go to to protect her children.

With a great book comes an even greater ending! I thought mid-novel that I already knew what was going to happen but boy was I wrong. Amazing twist ending that I did not see coming. Highly recommend!

Thank you to Bookouture for providing me with an electronic ARC of this book via NetGalley. As usual, my reviews are my honest and unbiased opinions. 

My little boy’s room was empty, his bed neatly made. Alarm bells should have rung immediately. Then the knock on the door came. All I remember is a thick fog wrapping itself tightly around me. This couldn’t be happening to us.

Three years ago, nurse Zoe's son Ethan was found drowned in a muddy river by their home, along with his best friend Josh. With no witnesses, their deaths were ruled a tragic accident.

Heartbroken, Zoe and her family, move away from her home. They’re just beginning to get back to some kind of normality, when, out of the blue, Zoe receives an anonymous email: 

You need to find out the truth about what happened to your son. Don’t let this rest. Don’t believe the lie.

Shaken, Zoe starts an obsessive hunt for the truth. But why is her husband so reluctant to help?

And why is Josh’s mother so determined not to believe her?

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