Goodreads Book Blurb:
***Thanks to NetGalley and Viper for an eARC of this book. The following review is my honest reflection on the text provided.
It’s challenging to get a handle on this story as the timeline is jumpy, and the narrative is scattered. What feels straightforward at first quickly becomes complicated and much darker than I could have predicted.
None of these characters is particularly likeable, but they don’t deserve what happens to them. It also doesn’t give them the right to treat others the way they do. The tension gradually builds as we learn more about this disjointed family unit. Petty, vindictive, manipulative, and abusive – no one is innocent in this story. But when one character attempts to take this to the next level, with an action they can’t take back, the intensity reaches another level, and it starts to feel like no one is safe.
With a fly-on-the-wall view of domestic abuse, Nasty Little Cuts demonstrates the cycle of petty escalations and forgiveness in this toxic relationship. While I struggled to connect at first, it was impossible to put down by the end.
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