The Unfortunate Decisions of Dahlia Moss by Max Wirestone

DahliaThe Unfortunate Decisions of Dahlia Moss” by Max Wirestone

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Pages: 320
Genre: mystery, fiction, humor
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MY SYNOPSYS

Dahlia Moss is broke, unemployed and had barely walked away alive from a long-term relationship.
She’s suddenly hired by a complete stranger to accomplish a really weird task. Because of it, she’ll be involved in a mistery that will give her the chance to find herself again.

MY REVIEW

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Laughing at a lot of things Dahlia said

It was a really interesting story, not what I usually read but It was ok.

I found myself laughing a lot because this Dahlia is so sarcastic and funny.

The whole mistery thing did not get me all that involved but I think, generally speaking, it was fine.

What Charice would tell me

Characters are so one-of-a-kind. I’m not sure who is the weirdest… hmm, must be Charice.

But I pretty much got the idea: you could expect almost anything from Dahlia’s friends.

If you’re a christian reader, you’d like to know there are gay relationships, some bad words and whatnot, in a very slightly way but, you know, it’s there.

I did not see it coming
I did not see that coming

There was a turning point that had me out my chair. So unexpected!

Besides that, it was a nice read and that would be all.

However, it’s well-written and I found impressive the whole virtual world created for this novel.

**I received a copy of this book from Redhook Books through Netgalley in exchange for my honest review. All opinions expressed are my own**


ABOUT THE AUTHOR

dt.common.streams.StreamServerMax is a graduate from the Alabama School of Mathematics and Science and has a degree in English from Washington University in St. Louis.
Currently, Max is busy working on Dahlia Moss’s next adventure. That, or he’s just playing Hearthstone.


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