A mystery tale with a number of twists, Unravelled takes you into the point of view of just about everyone involved: the victim, the stalker, a brief glimpse into the police, everyone. It’s a welcome change from stories that just focus on one or the other even if it can be difficult to get into the shoes of some of the parties.
The perfect life of the story’s victim felt a little oversold at times, but that will vary from reader to reader. But it does help to drive home just how much Jennifer has lost as the stalking takes hold.
The early part of the story is somewhat slow, but the story really finds its legs at around the halfway point. The motivations of all the characters start to crystallize there, and we can see where the story is going and just why things are developing the way they are. That’s where all the seeds of this story start to come together into one and things start getting very interesting.
While the text could’ve used another polishing run to smooth things out, the story kept me guessing and the twists and turns kept things very interesting.