Book Review: Not All Migrate by Krystyna Byers [58/100 * 2019]

Not All MigrateNot All Migrate by Krystyna Byers
My rating: 1 of 5 stars

“Maybe this was the end; maybe there was nothing else to tell. Maybe there were mysteries better left unsolved, some truths too dark to come to light.”


Much thanks to Edelweiss and Southern Fried Karma for this complimentary copy. This review is voluntary and opinions are fully my own.

DNF at 84%

πŸ“š Series: No.
πŸ“š Genre: Mystery. DARK.
πŸ“š POV: Third person
πŸ“š Cliffhanger: unknown.

⚠ Content Warnings: Excessive drug use. Suicide. Car accidents. Death and dealing with grief. Abuse. Rape. Murder.
⚠ Read if: you like extremely dark things.

Not All Migrate is not a novel for everyone. I tried to finish this but this is not for me.

The prologue and the first few chapters were so interesting, and the writing style got to me that I kept on reading.

I thought there is something deeper than all the drug talk, and the protagonist, Mark, messing around with all the drug addicts.

Spoiler Alert: Nope. It doesn’t.

What made me stop reading / SPOILER :

Mark choked his girlfriend, Dahlia, to death. And raped her twice, while she’s dead. It took him smelling the decay before he is enlightened that he actually killed her, what a sick sick thing.Β 

I actually wished I had stopped reading sooner, because this has so many triggers, it’s exhausting.
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