Okay, so in the beginning I was a little confused because I'm not crazy...
But Mary Jane on the other hand, well let's just say she has some issues. By the end of the book you'll understand why. And realize that if some of the things that happened to Mary had happened to you, you'd probably be a little delusional too. All the characters are unique and create a story of intrigue and astonishment. I found myself laughing and on the verge of heaving during parts of Kill Mary Jane Doe. It really is a roller coaster ride. It's intense and will make you want to root for the main character, Mary Jane.
Make sure you pay close attention to Mary Jane's flashbacks because they hold the secret to why she is the way she is. This is a "grown folks" read and not for the faint of heart.
If you desire to read something different, read Kill Mary Jane Doe. If you want to see how imaginative Author Nicole Dunlap is, read Kill Mary Jane Doe. If you yearn for something other than your average run of the mill story, read Kill Mary Jane Doe.
I'm not going to spoil it but there is a moment is this book that made me turn my head to the side like Scooby Doo and say, "eehhhra." (sound effect added)
After which, I poured myself a glass of wine.
Get it and hold on.
Bee L. Kirk, Author of City of the Guardians: Introducing Alex Honor