#BookReview of Seven Sins by Miguel Estrada #SevenSins #ZooloosBookDiary

Posted January 3, 2022 by Zoé in Book Reviews / 0 Comments

#BookReview of Seven Sins by Miguel Estrada #SevenSins #ZooloosBookDiarySeven Sins by Miguel Estrada
on 15 October 2020
Format: eBook
Source: Bought
Pages: 244

If we claim to be without sin, we deceive ourselves and the truth is not in us.

Several individuals connected through a series of unfortunate events find themselves as participants in a twisted game of trials set up by a hacker who has chosen them based on their cardinal sins.

This group of misfits will do anything in their power to survive and return any semblance of normality to their lives, even if it means destroying each other.

Seven Sins is an action-packed, thrilling horror that will have you on edge on every page. Grab it now to see who will survive the night!

This was my last review of 2021 and it was a doozy to finish on!

I went in partially blind with this book, I saw it was horror and that was me sold. I was looking forward to reading a Supernaturally read, instead, I got this. A bloodthirsty revenge Saw esq book! Cor blimey it was blinking good.

I blitzed through this in a matter of days. I was hooked, intrigued, hypnotised by the writing and it had my brain working overtime to how everyone was linked. Once the inkling of a connection had been made, that is when I was worried about the characters. I became attached to them, well not all of them. Some of them I wanted off my pages straight away, I felt tainted!! Not going to lie, some of the scenes with Gluttony were pretty grim!

I LOVED that the chapter headers were one of the sins. We associated the characters with their sin, at first you are quite indifferent about them and then after a while, I was eager to see who the next chapter would be and the sin we would see. The backstories pulled somewhat at the heartstrings which I thought was cleverly done for horror. I actually cared a dot about what happened to even the most wrongest of them all.

This is a relatively short book and it wastes no time throwing punches. Greed is our first introduction and then we fly through the action. This is most definitely something I could see being a movie.

I think I own all of Miguel’s books so I am looking forward to what I have next. This book is a hidden gem that I absolutely loved. Nothing lulled, nothing was laborious, it flowed, it bled, it entertained. Well worth the read!

Until next time xxx

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