Review: A Yellow Winged Stranger

A Yellow Winged Stranger - Imran Usman

I received this book to give an honest review.

You know when I read the blurb for this book I was thinking serial killer, we were going to get detailed crime scenes find out who the killer was and watch him struggle to maintain hiding under the "normal person" ruse. 

I can honestly say I didn't get into the book truly until close to the end. It just didn't have the ka-pow factor for me.  

I liked the way the author didn't give us the full answer as to who exactly was the serial killer until towards the end when I saw that twist I was like wait what? So that helped the rating go from a two to a three.  

The book was slow to start as we had so much information on the characters and what not though it slowly comes together you gotta stick through until you get to it. I think the author could have told us what P.O.V. we were getting at the start of each chapter. As at times it was a bit confusing for me. 

I really liked the idea of the writing on the prison wall. It helped give a bit of insight as to what was going and how certain people came into play. This bit of a backstory into the past was much needed. 

Overall a decent book that I think most people could finish within one setting.