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I don’t even know how to start this one cause HOLY FUCK! First of all, I would argue that I am the biggest Bobby Hall fan ever. No seriously. I may not know every single word of every song he has under his stage name Logic, or be able to spit out facts about his personal life (cause I have a life too duh), but I would sacrifice my body for him. And that detail alone puts me at #1.

What I’m trying to say is that even if this book was garbage, I would give it 6 out of 5 stars because I love him (& yes this is my blog so if I wanna make up my own scale for ratings you let me be). Fortunately, this was one of the best, most creative books I’ve ever read so he really did earn all of the fake stars I gave him.

Supermarket starts off with our main character Flynn getting a job at a supermarket. Yes, I know riveting. But this isn’t your typical grocery store and behind ever isle is a new secret to be unlocked. Every page you turn slowly uncovers a dark truth and it isn’t until the end that you finally put together the puzzle pieces of this physiological thriller.

Hall completely blew me away with this novel. The language of it was so simple, yet I couldn’t put the book down. He found a way to make the most mundane tasks (like helping customers check out groceries, stock products or take inventory) seem interesting and I was 100% blindsided with the plot twist at the end.

If you like finding out details of the plot at the same time as the main character, this book is for you. If you like books that seem like they could be based off of a true story, then this book is for you. And if you’re like me and just a big fan of Bobby Boy, then this book is definitely for you.

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