Dream Come True?

I forewarned you that Riley Sager books would continue to pop up. Lock Every Door was the least predictable book I have read. Just like all of Riley Sager’s books, this one hooks you in the first few pages. Our character Jules finds herself with a job of a lifetime. She gets paid to live in a beautiful apartment right on Central Park. This beautiful and historic building draws her in, and she feels like she is in a dream. What Jules doesn’t know is she willingly walked into a nightmare. The twists and turns in this book keep you guessing the whole way through. You think you know who the bad guy is, you think you have a clue what is going on, and then bam you are slapped in the face with the truth. This book will make you check the locks on your doors and make you think twice about your nice apartment building. This book gives you a case of the goosebumps and make you feel like you are not alone. Jules’ story comes to a conclusion that will make you stop in your tracks and think about how possible this could happen. I loved this book by Riley Sager, like every book he puts out. Lock Every Door should be a must read for thriller lovers everywhere. Make sure to pick up this book and get lost in Jules’ dream apartment with her. Take your best shot on guessing this ending, but you’ll be wrong. 

Favorite Quotes – “Never take anything you haven’t earned, my father used to say. You always end up paying for it one way or another.” 

“Every so often, life offers you a reset button. When it does, you need to press it as hard as you can.” 

“She’s fascinating in the same way tornadoes are fascinating. You want to see how much they’re going to spin.” 

“Because that’s how I feel. Like I’m perched on the edge of a great chasm, waiting for the slightest breeze to shove me screaming into it.”

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