The Masked Truth Spoiler Review

We don’t usually get violent hostage situations in teen fiction, which makes this book intriguing but the problems come from the boring setting and over technical explanations about mental health. It’s hard to feel attached to the characters, and there is no real good reason why. The Masked Truth is like Die Hard meets a Beautiful Mind, but you’d be better off watching those movies.
  • Good information on mental illness
  • Plot with potential
  • Violent deaths
  • Distinctive character voices
  • Good plot twists
  • Characters aren't engaging
  • Predictable
  • Boring setting
Plot - 4
Characters - 6
Setting - 1
Writing Style - 5
Enjoyability - 2
Chelsey and Alexandra have been posting book reviews by text or video for over 5 years now. When they're not reading and writing reviews they usually have a fantasy project in queue that they're working on. You can also catch them around town at cons and expos once or twice a year.

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