Where to start with my review of Wicked Little Games. Well, its the first part of the series from Dee Palmer and you know there is going to be one hell of a cliffhanger as there always is when the book isn’t a standalone. But seriously, the end of Wicked Little Games? For those who hate books who leave you with that ‘WTF!!!!’ feeling I highly recommend not reading this until the second book Twisted Little Games is released. But please note, this is not me saying give this series a miss. In fact, this is me saying if you like twisted, mind games with characters who are playing all their cards close to their chests… You need to read this!
I hate writing reviews saying I don’t want to tell you about the characters or even the plot. Wicked Little Games literally changes how you feel about the characters as you read it. Who should you trust? Who is reliable? Who is lying? You will ask yourself all these questions as Dee (Author) does a great job of making you question everything!
Wicked Little Games was a fairly quick read. I read this over 2 sittings (This often happens if I start a book late in the evening) but if I had of started it earlier I can say I would not have put it down. I was so engrossed in the story of Tia and what had happened to her that I couldn’t help myself. There are really only 2 prominent characters in this book. Tia, Atticus (Cass), Atticus’ mother (And grandfather if you want to include him but he’s fleeting) and Logan. Yes other characters are there, but these are the ones that stand out a lot more. I won’t talk about the other character as there are surprises there and I feel it would give spoilers.
I cannot fault this piece of work by Dee Palmer. Wicked Little Games was my first introduction to her writing and I loved it. Her writing style, characters and intricate plot have me all up in a tizz and I cannot wait to see where Twisted Little Games takes us.