Author: S. J. Watson
Genre: Psychological Thriller, Standalone
Personal Rating: 4/5 (very good)
Format/Narrator: Audiobook/Susan Lyons
Yearly Count: 64
Julia loses her sister, Kate, to murder and is determined to find her killer. Even if it means pretending she's something she's not. Or is she?
I was engaged. I was appalled. I was surprised. I was shocked. I was never really sure if I liked the book or not. Since finishing, I have determined that I liked it very much, but I did not like the main character as a person. She was one self-absorbed woman with an addictive personality who made crazy choices. When I reminded myself that she had a problem, I could accept the events much more easily. Otherwise, it seemed too preposterous. Lots of twists and turns!
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