A dark read with a bucketload of humour, graphic kills, sex and kill lists. It shouldn't work, but it did!
We are taken through internal monologues with Rhiannon and get to know her through these diary entries as well as her daily life.
I enjoyed the humour within the read and found myself not only laughing, but agreeing with her kill list. I was also in fear as if she met me I would have made the list more than once.
This was such a refreshingly different read, but I did find maybe on the whole it was slightly too much...maybe due to the partly light-hearted way of telling and there were a few threads I would have like to have investigated further and found maybe a few ideas less in the book would have been more.
I didn't love or hate it, and if a sequel was written I would be interested enough to read on.
I found the ending a bit weak, but not sure how the story would have benefited with an alternative.
Dark, humorous and worthy of a read - it is a marmite book, but I am sitting on the fence with this one.