Review: What Happened That Night by Deanna Cameron

What Happened That Night is an engrossing thriller from author Deanna Cameron.

Deanna Cameron has been writing on Wattpad since she was sixteen using the pseudonym LyssFrom1996. In 2015, she posted her novel What Happened That Night on the platform.

Golden boy Griffin Tomlin is found dead, floating in his pool, the morning after his family’s Labor Day party, and neighbour Emily Porterfield is arrested for his murder. No one knows why she killed him, except for her younger sister, Clara. The secrets behind What Happened That Night unravel in dual timelines: in the present, Clara struggles with the aftermath of the murder―questions and distrust from her friends, denial from her parents, and visits to her sister in jail. And amidst all of that, another body is discovered that could be connected. In flashbacks, the events that brought Clara, Griffin, and Emily together and that led to his death are revealed―events that involve a crush, an obsession, and a shocking twist. 

What Happened That Night is a book that keeps you gripped and turning the pages from the beginning to the end.

A well-crafted story that deals with some sensitive subject matters ( which may be triggering to some readers) in a pragmatic and sensitive way which highlights the thought process and feelings that events like that make people feel.

As the plot unfolds the reader finds themselves questioning how would they feel if this was them?
This is a fantastic read and one that lingers in your mind long after you’ve finished it.

You can pre-order What Happened That Night is available to pre-order here and will be out on 17 September via Wattpad Books and Macmillan USA.

Let us know at @Fuzzable if What Happened That Night is one you will be adding to your reading list?

Written by Kelly McFarland

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