I definitely wouldn't call this book bad, but there was just something about it that stopped me from being able to truly enjoy it. The concept is interesting and I think very timely, as true crime documentaries have been absolutely everywhere lately. Making a Murderer especially seems to have inspired that aspect of this novel, which I was very into. I wasn't able to connect to any of the main characters and actually found them to be irritating at times, especially our main character. Thrillers have been a hard sell for me lately, and since this one seemed more average than anything else, it just didn't hit how I'd hoped. However, totally acknowledging that this could have been a me thing! I don't think it's a bad book, and if it fit what someone else was going for, I'd still tell them to try this when it comes out in March. There were a couple of moments that made me pause, but overall I didn't hate it.