Thanks! I'm still working on yours- summer is apparently busy for me. But I'm doubling down on it for the near future.
I'm looking forward to see how you redo the review when you get to the big twists...
The thing about how I write, and it's become a pattern for most of my books thus far, is that I like to set up a lot of foreshadowing for future events, but keep it subtle enough that most people won't realize what I'm doing. Then, when I do the reveal, it's of the nature that completely changes how my readers perceive earlier chapters, preferably starting at the very first chapter if I can swing it, but always the early few.
I like to think of it as the literary equivalent of "replay value".
Also- there's the fact that my books are all individual novels, so they won't have the same characters. I think that's cost me a few readers.