Bad Mommy by Tarryn Fisher
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This book!! I don't even know where to begin. Once I thought I had things figured out, curveballs were thrown and I am still just speechless over what I read. I loved this book and this author. I love the intelligence, and the flow of the writing and the beauty that shines through even in such a twisted story.
Fig. Fig. Fig. What do you even say about her? This character is so disturbing. The way she justifies everything that she does and her beliefs in her behavior are beyond scary. You get the feeling from the first page. You are sucked into Fig's mind and honestly uncomfortable to be there. Tarryn writes this character so absolutely brilliantly. I flinch thinking about her.
Darius. Darius was honestly a surprise to me and I don't want to say to much in that regard, but his character was definitely interesting and I liked reading his pov.
Jolene: I loved her. I felt bad for her, but also wanted to just shake her at times. I was frustrated with some of the choices she made and things she overlooked. However, that did change throughout the story and I am so glad it did. I actually loved a lot of her interactions with Mercy, her daughter.
The storyline was amazing, the writing brilliant, the characters well-developed. There is nothing I have to say more than I loved everything about this story. I don't know what that says about me, but I will definitely be rereading it.
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