To sum up, "I Want to End All This" has the terrifying magic that makes you want to quickly turn to the end and know the ending as soon as you open it, no matter how rough the reading process is in the middle, no matter how cold sweat is flowing, no matter how you feel that something is wrong, You will still feel the itch in your heart and want to rush to the end in one breath.
The feeling of reading is guaranteed company banner design to make you have endless aftertastes, full of stamina, all the turning points that you were confused about in the front will suddenly become clear, and even reread the beginning of the plot after the ending, you will find the author's seamless and wonderful Easter eggs, and wish you had discovered the truth earlier! Enjoy this dark road trip! Related book summary Excerpts from 'I Want to End It All': Mysterious Caller Left First Voice Message Book introduction This article is excerpted from " I Want to End It All ", published by Facebook *Buy the book through the link above , and all the proceeds from the "Key Review Network" will be donated to the joint fundraising . Author: Iain Reid Translator: Wu Yanyi The journey of our close companionship has strayed into the dark restricted area of each other's hearts.
When we want to end, the exit is out of reach... High magnification of daily panic and anxiety + cold analysis of the nature of interpersonal relationships = brain-burning psychological thriller! On a snowy highway, "me" and my boyfriend Jack drove overnight to visit his parents who lived on a country farm. During the dreary drive, we chatted intermittently, but from time to time we were interrupted by unknown mobile phone calls. The person on the other end of the phone seemed to know everything about my past, living habits and current activities. I hung up again and again, mysteriously. The voicemail has been with us to Jack's house. The farm in the middle of winter seemed to be isolated from the world, and the warm hospitality of Jack's family could not dispel the anxiety that I had accumulated along the way: in the paintings from many years ago in the basement, there was always an abrupt figure next to Jack's child; his mother kept going.