Overall Rating: 3.5 stars
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Personally, I like mystery, crime and thriller books because of their suspense and the plot twist involved. So it is safe to insinuate that I like Paula’s book because she carried me along pretty well. It is safe to say that in life we should learn to keep our nose where our head is; in other words, mind your business.
This is one part that I really loved about the book, the writing. Paula wrote the book like a journal by focusing on the narrations from three different women. It is possible to find the multiple narrations confusing however I did not; I actually liked it. However, what I wasn’t so happy with was the different date narratives; keeping up with them was a lot of work coupled with the fact there were narratives from each character. Tedious.
Again Paula (like I wrote earlier) wrote the book like a journal, so dictionary searching words were on a minimal.
The plot twist in the book was pretty twisted. I mean the book itself was twisted. The characters were even confused themselves so it’s very easy to be as confused as they were.
I was on the edge on this one; I needed to know the end. But then I’m always eager to get to end of any mystery/thriller book.
I wasn’t so impressed when I figured out the riddle in the plot because I ended up being right. NO! I always want to be proven wrong but I guess that’s what happens when you read a lot.
I had a favorite character at the beginning of the book – Megan, then I un-favorited her. There was no stable character, either they were unstable or on the verge of becoming unstable.
In conclusion, TGOTT gets
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