Never Saw Me Coming: A Novel
Chloe Sevre is a freshman at John Adams University. She also happens to be a psychopath, one of seven in a special program at Adams. The study aims to determine whether psychopaths can be taught how to live normal lives. Chloe came to the university with plans to kill a certain junior who wronged her when she was twelve, so the psychologists certainly have their work cut out for them. Even though the subjects aren’t supposed to know who the others are, some of them are being murdered. Chloe has to work with the other subjects to find the killer, but can you really trust a psychopath? Find out in Never Saw Me Coming.
What a different take on the classic murder mystery: a story where you end up rooting for the psychopaths. The whole premise of this book was incredibly interesting and I would recommend it to those who enjoy psychology. There are possible triggers, such as rape and graphic descriptions of murder, as well as sexual acts and language, so be aware before diving into this. The author does a great job of capturing what it’s like for your average psychopath. I look forward to reading more of her work.
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|Page Count||352 pages|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|