The Revenge List by Hannah Mary McKinnon

This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration.

The Revenge List

Summary: They say life flashes before your eyes when you’re about to die. But all she could see was regret.

The people in Frankie Morgan’s life say she’s angry. Emotionally stunted. Combative. But really, who can blame her? It’s hard being nice when your clients are insufferable, your next-door neighbor is a miserable woman and the cowardly driver who killed your mother is still out living it up somewhere.

Somehow, though, she finds herself at her very first anger-management group session—drinking terrible coffee and learning all about how “forgiveness is a process.”

One that starts with a list.

Frankie is skeptical. A list of everyone who’s wronged her in some way over the years? More paper, please. Still, she makes the pointless list—with her own name in a prominent spot—and promptly forgets about it…until it goes missing. And one by one, the people she’s named start getting hurt in freak accidents, each deadlier than the last.

Could it be coincidence giving her the revenge she never dared to seek…or something more sinister?

If Frankie doesn’t find out who’s behind it all, she might be next.


Traveling With T’s Thoughts:

I’ve read a couple of Hannah Mary McKinnon books and enjoyed them and when her publicist reached out about The Revenge List, I immediately accepted the book. It sounded good!

But have you ever read a book when you are so tense from the shit show that a main character is making of their life that you need a massage? That is how I felt about Frankie. Sure, her take no BS approach to life- especially when dealing with men, ok, I could get behind that. But every time there was some tension, a scene that where if Frankie would have backed off a bit, that could have been defused- I was begging her to NOT keep pouring gasoline on on the fire that was her life. Literally telling my Kindle “Walk away, Frankie, walk away.” Of course Frankie being a character in a book, she did not listen.


What I Liked:

I like the cover. It’s got enough mystery about it to keep me intrigued.

The idea of a revenge list. I loved that part of the plot.

The ending. I absolutely loved it.


Bottom line: Frankie is a character I am not soon to forget.


*This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration. All thoughts and opinions are mine alone.*


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Happy Reading and Bookishly Yours,

T @ Traveling With T

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