Tuesday Falling by S. Williams 

I’ve had this on my TBR for aaaaaaaaaages so I decided to bump it up after Noelle over at Crime Book Junkie had raved about it! I hadn’t read the blurb before I started, so I had absolutely no idea what to expect!

About the book (via Goodreads): 

A relentless thriller that will grip you by the throat and refuse to let go.

You’ve never met anyone like Tuesday. She has suffered extreme cruelty at the hands of men, and so has taken it upon herself to seek vengeance. She wants to protect and help others like her, to ease their suffering. A force to be reckoned with, she lives beneath the streets of London in the hidden network of forgotten tunnels that honeycomb the city – and this is her preferred hunting ground.

When Tuesday is connected to a series of brutal attacks on gang members, DCI Loss takes on the investigation. A burned-out detective still suffering the devastating effects of the unsolved murder of his daughter three years earlier, the case starts to hit close to home. Because soon Loss will discover that Tuesday could hold the key to uncovering the truth about what happened to his daughter…

My thoughts: 

Super short review this evening so my apologies! 😁

Tuesday Falling is a mental book! It’s a story filled with vengeance, violence and loss. It hits the ground running in the opening pages. It instantly draws the reader into the action.

This book is packed full of rather inventive weapons used to commit heinous acts of violence on seemingly random gang members too. It makes for pretty interesting reading!

As usual, no full on plot discussions here. The blurb gives you all the info.

While I no doubt enjoyed Tuesday Falling, I just found myself left wanting more. I don’t know, it’s hard to explain! It was a cracking read, but I’ve read so many books lately that it takes a lot for a book to grab me these days!
That being said, I’d still totally recommend Tuesday Falling as it’s a really great read and you can purchase a copy HERE.

Happy reading 😊📖

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