The novel is constructed as a series of podcasts, in which an investigative journalist describes the circumstances around the death of a teenaged boy in an outward-bound centre, interviewing witnesses, suspects and people close to the incident. Their six accounts form the six stories of the title, creating a "chilling and compelling, page-turning thriller that also delves deep into notions of truth, perception and loyalty"
I really hate rating books so low, but this one was just not for me. After the first chapter, i was excited. It sounded great and unique. i was all in for it, but the more i read, the more it felt flat. I'm not gonna lie, i was freaking bored. There's isn't much else to say, i seriously had a hard time finishing this book. The story was dull and even if it's a short book, i felt like it took me forever to finish. i had to push myself, hard, to reach the end. Characters were not really interesting either.
Sadly, i can't really recommend this book. it just wasn't for me. i'm gonna give it a 2/5 because I think the format and the idea was interesting, i simply didn't like the way it was done.
Six Stories : 2/5