Never Saw Me Coming: Too many psychopaths spoil impact of campus thriller

Despite its interesting premise and empathetic treatment of its flawed characters, Vera Kurian’s debut novel falls flat as its multiple plots and disappearing characters fail to deliver the thrills

19th September, 2021
Never Saw Me Coming: Too many psychopaths spoil impact of campus thriller
Vera Kurian: her debut thriller, Never Saw Me Coming, suffers from too many good ideas at once. Picture: Fredo Vasquez Photography

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Never Saw Me Coming

By Vera Kurian

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