Review The Mistake


Rating: 1 out of 5.

About the book

8 hours, 26 minutes

You think you know the truth about the people you love.

But one discovery can change everything…

Eight-year-old Billy goes missing one day, out flying his kite with his sister Rose. Two days later, he is found dead.

Sixteen years on, Rose still blames herself for Billy’s death. How could she have failed to protect her little brother?

Rose has never fully recovered from the trauma, and one of the few people she trusts is her neighbour Ronnie, who she has known all her life. But one day Ronnie falls ill, and Rose goes next door to help him… and what she finds in his attic room turns her world upside down.

Rose thought she knew the truth about what happened to Billy. She thought she knew her neighbor. Now the only thing she knows is that she is in danger…


It was an interesting surprise this one by the end.

At the beginning it was great I mean the opening scene wao pretty strong don’t get me wrong, it’s just I had a lot of mixed feeling because as soon as you meet Rose, you don’t know if you like her or want to kill her, she was a nice girl and all but omg was she gullible as sin.

Now this dynamic with her really portrait for me at least the rural vs city malice that everyone has in any country, because usually in rural areas everyone know each other so it’s more like a companionship kind of upbringing and that’s good, but usually when you come from a city you have in a way more malice you think more about things like should do this or not, it’s safe what do it imply, etc.

Poor Billy in a way I would have wanted to know more about him, he sounded so nice.

And loved that I couldn’t really knew who the killer was, totally was the only one I didn’t thought about, that was awesome and listening to it, totally cool too, the narrator made a great job on this one.

About the author

Kim’s titles are also published by Bookouture, Audible and are available in paperback by Sphere in the UK and Grand Central in the USA.

Before graduating in 2012, she gained literary agent representation and a book deal. As Kim says, ‘it was a fairytale … at the end of a very long road!’

Publishers: Bookouture, Sphere, Grand Central, Audible
Agent: Camilla Bolton at Darley Anderson

Author website:
Twitter: @KimLSlater
Facebook: KL Slater Author
Instagram: KLSlaterAuthor


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