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There are worse reads, but this isn't what I'd call "good." None of the characters are remotely likable. The plot tries so hard to be gripping, but it's really just kind of meh. And it's too bad about the copyediting... is it really that hard to learn how to use a comma?
Clever, creepy, and compelling! I would love to see this made into a movie.
An enjoyable, creepy whodunnit murder mystery. The tension among these frienemies is palpable, and the twists will keep you guessing.
The mystery element (what little of it) was there and it came and went throughout the chapters. When all is final and revealed well, it’s all right but it’s not the best either. There’s not much in the way of background information and if there was, not much is given and the characters have no substance at all. The plot comes up empty and the whole thing with Iain, was that meant to be a red herring? This entire story just didn’t amount to what I thought it would. It’s disappointing as I wanted to like the book and was hyped for it.
RATING: 3 STARS
2019; William Morrow/Harper Collins
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The story kept me reading, or rather listening, even when the characters were screaming at me to go away. Even when I realized it was predictable I was still listening. This one was a hard one to rate. I didn't like the story or the characters, but felt invested for some reason. I would not recommend it or not recommend it. Lol, I am just confused on if I liked it.
***I received an eARC from EDELWEISS***
Hard to put down... plot moves quickly with interesting characters.
Better than most for this kind of book....