Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Interpretation {Salvation Of A Saint}: Bookbytes 2

Welcome to another edition of Bookbytes.

I really enjoy reading thrillers, psychological thrillers. The Girl On The Train made me realize that I could enjoy this genre. All these years, I had kept myself restricted to romance or drama, even though I had been an avid reader.

I've read several psychological thrillers by now but Keigo Higashino is my favourite and Salvation Of A Saint by this author is my absolute favourite! Gripping, cleverly crafted, intelligent storytelling. Storytelling is important and Keigo Higashino is a wonderful storyteller.

There are just two suspects in Salvation Of A Saint. You can guess who has done it. So, it's not really about 'who?' It's about 'how?'

Okay I know it's not a review post. Today I'm sharing a quote from this book.

'Sometimes it’s as important to prove there is no answer to a question as it is to answer it.’

I found it very interesting. I understand it, but I don't know how to explain it. So, I'll leave it to you to interpret. Please share your thoughts in the comment.

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