Review: All the Pieces by Angela Richardson

All the Pieces by Angela Richardson
Pieces of Lies (# 3)
Release Date: 
October 28, 2013
self published
Source: book provided by the author for review



In ALL THE PIECES, the third and final installment in the Pieces of Lies series, we find Norah in a dangerous and heart pounding situation in London with the Lappell. It will be the collision of two worlds that have done nothing but tear Norah down the middle, and love that has torn her apart.

In this story, we find out that the biggest mystery of all is not what is said, but what isn’t.
Will the truth set Norah’s heart free? And will it all end in tragedy or happiness?


Review:  All the Pieces is the third book in the Pieces of Lies series. It was just as exciting and fast paced as the first two. While I really liked the series, a lot of it just seemed way too far fetched for me. It being far fetched didn’t take away from the story because it was a very interesting world that Richardson created. Who would not want to be pursued by three  men. Each one after Norah was different and had qualities that any woman would love in a man. Norah needed to pick the one that would make her happy and keep the darkness away.

Richardson created characters that were engaging and were very multi-dimensional. You could not help but root for one of the men after her heart. My favorite was Josh because he seemed the most genuine. The others were too much like stalkers for my tastes. I totally understand how Norah had a hard time trusting any of them after what happened at the end of the first two books and the beginning of the third. Samual and Clint were very intense and seemed a tad psycho. They treated Norah like something they owned instead of a person who needed to be loved.

I think the third book was my favorite because it was set overseas and the ending tied things up nicely. You definitely need to read the first two books to understand what is happening or you would be pretty lost reading the last book of the trilogy.  I would recommend this trilogy to anyone that likes books that are out of the normal realm of books written today. The trilogy is pretty dark and set in world that the majority of people never get to experience.