Review: Anatomy by Yolanda Olson

Title: Anatomy
Author: Yolanda Olson
Genre: Horror/Dark Suspense
Type: Standalone
POV: Shifting

A woman with a heavy burden of her past sought unconventional retribution from a man who was more than willing to deliver. As she cleansed her soul, she must decide if she’s strong enough to choose the right path.

When I first started this book, I thought it was going to be a purposeless gore fest – which is something I’m not into. But I’m so glad it turned out to be much more.

A human mouth can exude one hundred and twenty pounds of pressure per bite and I will sever my own fucking fingers to get him off me. I will not die like this― fooled and taken advantage of by a villain that hasn’t earned the right to take my life.

It was very graphic and I’m sure I made some painful and disgusted faces while reading lol! In the beginning, it felt a bit off with the POVs, but as the story progressed and I started to figure things out, it made perfect sense why it was presented that way. I loved how it added dimension into the story.

How much more of myself must I willingly destroy to win the only victory that counts?

Anatomy is a story of choices and consequences. It would appeal to readers who enjoy dark, depraved read.


This review is also available on Goodreads.

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