Review: The Purgatory Poisoning by Rebecca Rogers

Purgatory Poisoning is a good premise – guy stuck in purgatory given the task of identifying his murderer – and it’s pretty well executed in a Good Omens-lite kind of way. It’s whimsical rather than funny, interesting rather than clever, but it ticked enough of the boxes to keep me going. The ending seriously dragged, a huge case of over-explaining and tying of loose ends, but otherwise it was an enjoyable read.

Book supplied by Netgalley for an honest review.

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