I'm sorry. I didn't like it.
I'd previously read How to Successfully Kidnap Strangers, and while it failed to deliver on the premise of its name, it was a nice enough read that I wanted to read Toxicity, too. Toxicity however, was toxic.
I feel like I have lost over the last two years the enjoyment in the extreme bizarre, hardly fitted together kind of novel. This one was one of those. It features a lot of different POVs and characters, and of course everything is going to fit in together at the end but it is the way how they get there and that was just not really there. None of the characters were even in the least likeable and I didn't like the raw writing in this one.
Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!