Odd Numbers

Odd Numbers by J.J. Marsh

My rating: 5 of 5 stars



One night, six friends, a lifetime of regrets.

A new millennial has divided the lives of six friends into “before” and “after”. A new years eve that was supposed to be a grand occasion resulted in a tragic accident. Since the fatal NYE, the friends made a promise, to meet and spend every other NYE together. As the twenties anniversary, and their tenth reunion approached, the friends met in an isolated snowy chalet. And since their arrival, strange things began to happen.

This was an amazing phycological thriller. Loved all the characters and their connection to each other’s lives. The twist at the end was outstanding, although if you read the novel thoroughly and pay attention to the storyline – the clue to the grand twist is at the very beginning of the book. I enjoyed the build-up of the plot. And think the multiple narrators are a great touch to the novel, helping the reader to relate to each character. I’m very happy I came upon this novel, it was a very thrilling read. Thank you NetGalley and Prewett Bielmann Ltd publisher for a free and advanced copy of the novel.



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