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Wicked Girl by I.V. Olokita

Genre: Thriller
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About The Book

So said a small white sign hung on a wall in Birmingham Mental Institution Ward number 3. It had a black frame, written in a hand they were all well acquainted with. The letters had faded over time. In the end, among all the calligraphy in the frame, one could detect a blurred signature. It was mine.
John Wilcox is a young idler who loathes people except for young women. His destiny brought him near Birmingham Mental Institution during an earthquake. At that time Wilcox saves Elsie, an eccentric, half-deranged teenager. John pulls out every manipulation at his disposal to convince her that he is the right person to help her recover. Grey, Alessi’s father, goes on a quest for his lost daughter. She, too, like her mother, was trying to escape him. And so, began the tragic story between prey, and it’s supposed predator.
Wicked Girl is a psychological crime fiction, where a sequence of accidents generates cold-blooded, and blood-curdling actions. It is a fascinating combination of romance, tension, and humor, unpredictable to the very end. Presented in a clear, straightforward way, yet its plot is packed with wit, action, and surprises grabbing the reader’s attention all the way to the last word.

My Thoughts

This had been a raw read, unsettling and dark; full of twists and surprises that will leave the reader mouth open!
Since the beginning I didn’t like much John Wilcox, he seems wicked and with ulterior motives; he rescues a young girl after an earthquake, Elsie, but, why? Because he doesn’t do anything for being altruist! Elsie has been staying at a mental institute for a while, someone abused her, but who?
In the beginning it was a little difficult to follow the story, told between past and present it was not easy knowing who was talking and from when. But I suppose this is the interesting part of the book, the mystery and the secrets behind the “truth”.
This is not a book for everyone, is difficult to read sometimes, but is a twisted thriller with a surprising ending, if you want to discover “The Wicked Girl” now it’s your moment! Ready?

About The Author

I.V. Olokita has been providing medical care most of his life, specializing in management of medical aid to disaster areas all over the world. He also has a BA degree in logistics, and an MA degree in emergency and disaster situations management. He volunteers to rescue missions in disaster areas all over the world. I. V. Olokita is a happily married father of two adolescents and a foster father of five cats and two dogs.
Olokita’s first book (in Hebrew), Ten Simple Rules, was published in 2014. It won an Israeli literary prize, and immediately made an online bestseller. The following year, another book by Olokita, The Executioner From The Silent Valley, made a local bestseller in Israel. In May 2016, his third novel, Wicked Girl, was published, to great success, and is now presented in English. Olokita’s books are characterized by direct writing, twists and turns, requiring the reader to delve into and maintain vigilance from the beginning of the book to its surprising end.