Book Review: Until We Burn by David Kummer

Until We Burn by David Kummer

I received a free electronic copy of this book via Voracious Readers Only. All thoughts and opinions shared are my own.

When Cyrus Street returns to his hometown of Werifesteria, the locals are very vocal about not wanting him there. He claims he’s there to finally discovery who burnt down the church several years ago. The townspeople don’t take kindly to this, especially with a murder happening soon after his arrival. He says the murderer is the same person who burnt down the church and once he knows who committed one crime, he’ll know who committed both. But, can he do it or will he lose everything like he did all those years ago?

Until We Burn by David Kummer is a psychological thriller and will definitely throw you for a loop. The smallest of towns are often the most set in their ways and do not like anyone upsetting that, which is exactly what Cyrus does. He walks in and starts digging up the past. Throughout the book, we see the toll this takes on the townspeople and especially on Cyrus himself. Sometimes the past should be left where it is. We watch as the town is nearly driven mad alongside, and because of, Cyrus Street. This story contains plenty of unexpected developments and vivid descriptions to keep you interested in small town affairs.

I would recommend this book to anyone interested in psychological thrillers or psychology itself. Maybe you can figure out what’s going on the minds of these people. I couldn’t and was consistently shocked but I still enjoyed Until We Burn by David Kummer.

Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you have a lovely day,

XOXO ~ Amber Rose

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