I have been in a thriller slump lately with the twists ending up a little flat. Unfortunately, it was the same for this story. That doesn’t mean it wasn’t enjoyable, I really liked this story and for a while I had no idea where it was going. There are little Easter eggs in it that point you in the right direction, you just need to look for them.
This book was quite the page turner for me, I could not put it down. The time jumps are fast and a little confusing at first, but I think that added to the what is going to happen next excitement. Unfortunately, for me, the ending was completely underwhelming. There was no big twist or even happy ending, the one twist was predictable. It leaves a sad taste in my mouth considering how much I was enjoying it.
This book takes you through the ins and outs of a rape case, including what a nurse goes through with the rape kit. It also walks you through the court system, jury selection, and the theatrics that will make you question the justice system. Now not only is Rachel trying to record her podcast and decide herself if Scott Blair is innocent, but also if Jenny Stills had something much more tragic befall her all those years ago.
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.
This book will have you checking behind the shower curtain and turning your night light on. You will not be able to stop reading until you are completely lost in the twists and you are hit with the staggering ending that you will never be able to see coming.
It starts off with a slow build, just teasing you with breadcrumbs to keep you trekking along. Until you finally reach a twist and it snowballs down a mountain. It will have you picking your jaw up off the floor just to have you drop it all over again.
This book really starts out with a bang and just keeps rolling. Laura “Lo” Blacklock wakes up in her apartment to an intruder who locks her in her room and steals a few of her belongings. A few days later Lo is set to go on a cruise on the Aurora for her job asContinue reading “The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware”
Quite honestly, I had no idea what I was getting into with this book. I thought it was just another run of the mill thriller, but in all actuality, it is so much more sinister. This book is about a family consisting of a mom, dad, daughter, and son. The parents live a lavish lifestyleContinue reading “The Family Upstairs by Lisa Jewell”