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The Woman in the Window
The Woman in the Window | A. J. Finn
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LapReader
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Pickpick

Stuck at home today as it‘s pouring but it is exciting when you realise your neighbour likes books like you do.

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Itchyfeetreader
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Mehso-so

Intriguing thriller with a couple of layers. The premise was great but it meandered a fair bit to the point that I was not particularly invested.

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jlowery999
Mehso-so

The first half of the book I'm not sure I even knew what it was about. I had friends recommend this to me and I found myself asking them, "when does it get better?" Admittedly, it did get better. Liked not loved.

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Powered_By_Plants
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Pickpick

An Agoraphobic woman with an unhealthy hobby and a harrowing back story .
Not the best thriller Iv read but was ok and worth a read, it did keep me guessing and I didn‘t see the ending coming!

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a.bookish.byrd
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Mehso-so

⭐️⭐️

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starr.reads
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Panpan

Whew chile, talk about a book that drags. I just couldn‘t do it with this one. Did anyone else have trouble reading this? I feel like the boring build-up led to an even more boring ending. I really wanted to like this book. However, halfway through it, I wanted to give up. But, I didn‘t because I was invested & dedicated. When I finished, the first thing that I said was, “okay?” This Goodreads review was spot on lol How was your experience?

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Megabooks
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Mehso-so

I will admit to being super picky about thrillers. That said, I found a lot of things in this book nonsensical and unbelievable. And can I read one thriller with a sober, mentally stable heroine??

Still it was an easy, interesting read. 3⭐️

#botmbacklog #bfcr3 #bfc #goteam @wanderinglynn @Emilymdxn (I‘m a gaining on you 😉😉) book 6/28

Bette I really wanted a stable, sober heroine too. It can be such a cop out in order to blur things. 😐 1mo
Megabooks @Bette 100% agree! 1mo
Emilymdxn I get frustrated with the exact same things about thrillers so much - it‘s such a pity when I CAN really love thrillers when they‘re well done but it hasn‘t happened to me recently. And you‘ve read so much! I better get reading in case you catch me 1mo
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Megabooks @Emilymdxn I‘m a bit weird in that sometimes I enjoy these mediocre thrillers more than the ratings would make it seem. Like I think even if it‘s a big, popular book, I find it fun trash. Does that sound weird?? About to finish one! Keep reading!! (edited) 1mo
plemmdog The author has also had his share of controversy, including allegations of plagiarism 1mo
Megabooks @plemmdog Yes 😬 I read the New Yorker article. 1mo
DivineDiana I also rated it a so-so. 😉 1mo
Megabooks @DivineDiana 😉😁 1mo
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Kbates714
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I enjoyed this book! It kept me guessing what was really going on and I enjoy the short chapters with easy stopping points!

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Kbates714
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I enjoyed this book! It kept me guessing what was really going on and I enjoy the short chapters with easy stopping points!

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always_booked

"I look at him. I look at her. I've never seen this woman in my life"

What the heck is going on!!? #womaninthewindow

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Come-read-with-me
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Because of everything I have learned about this author during the past year, I was conflicted about reading this book;; how can you enjoy something that has been created by someone you don‘t respect? However, the book was a great mystery with an unreliable narrator, flawed characters, and an unexpected twist at the end. It kept me up most of the night!

rather_be_reading look up the crazy story about this author!! 1mo
Come-read-with-me @rather_be_reading I did!!! When life surpasses fiction, eh? 1mo
rather_be_reading @Come-read-with-me yes so so crazy! 1mo
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pariisannja
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Yes, the twist in this book was great. I did not see it coming. Definitely a book that keeps you guessing until the very end. I loved the character of Anna. She was very well rounded and in depth. This was a great read that keeps you on your toes.

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AJBowers
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Finishing out this month with 14 books read.

It's hard to choose a favorite, but I did love The Woman in the Window, In an Absent Dream, The Overdue Life of Amy Bryler and When we Left Cuba.📚

Books I disliked were Gingerbread and The Last Romantics.

StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Looks like some great reads! 💕📚💕 2mo
Kaila-ann I read The Last Romantics this month too and wasn‘t a huge fan. 2mo
DivineDiana 👏🏻📚👏🏻 1mo
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pariisannja
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Current listen 🎧

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BarbaraBB
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I have no respect for the author at all after all I learned about him in the past few months (he should write an autobiography!), but I did like this book. It‘s a solid thriller with an unreliable narrator who has agoraphobia, and it kept me reading half the night.

#Booked2019 #booktomovie

(Pic: Chicago. What an amazing city that is 😍😍)

BarbaraTheBibliophage Good review! Happy vacation! 2mo
Leftcoastzen I love Chicago! 2mo
Readergrrl After reading your comment about AJ Finn, I googled and found a FASCINATING piece in the New Yorker about him (Dan Mallory). You are correct! I‘d love to read more about his own story. But I‘d rather a biography....I wouldn‘t trust a word of his autobiography! 😂 Or maybe both in a side by side publication? 😂 Wow! What a tale!! 2mo
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KarenUK @Readergrrl @BarbaraBB He did a signing where I work and was so charming and friendly and talked with many of us one on one. We all thought he was lovely! Then six months later I read that article!!!! 🙀 2mo
BarbaraBB @Readergrrl And Yes, a biography would be better 😂 2mo
BarbaraBB @Leftcoastzen What a great city, I had no idea! 2mo
4thhouseontheleft He certainly seems like a borderline sociopath, but I do have this book on my TBR. 2mo
Cinfhen I‘m so mad we missed Chicago on our road trip...did you hit up any of Niki‘s recommendations??? 2mo
ValerieAndBooks I have not been to Chicago for 18 years, yet recognized right away where you were ❤ . Would love to go back and also to visit the new American Writers Museum. 2mo
BarbaraBB @Cinfhen Yes we went to two of her recommendations: Cindy‘s and RPM Italian, which was around the corner from our AirBnB. Both were great 💜And I really loved that city. I think I like it even better than NYC and SF. (edited) 2mo
BarbaraBB @ValerieAndBooks It‘s an amazing city, I didn‘t know much about it but was very impressed! I hope you‘ll be there one dag again too. And I am so sorry that I didn‘t know about that museum... I‘ve already left unfortunately. 2mo
Cinfhen How much longer will u be in the states??? 2mo
Cinfhen I‘m so glad you loved Chicago!! Niki keeps swearing she wants to move there!!!! 2mo
BarbaraBB @Cinfhen I completely understand Niki! We‘ll be flying home on August 11. What about you? I am in Toronto right now, tomorrow the Niagara Falls. Have you been yet? 2mo
Cinfhen I was in Niagra last Wednesday & Thursday, Toronto on Friday & Saturday Montreal on Sunday & Quebec City Monday & Tuesday. We just got to Lake Placid, NY about an hour ago. We‘ve been having a great time. 2mo
Cinfhen You still have another 10 days!!! That‘s awesome!!!! Where are u after Niagra??? 2mo
BarbaraBB @Cinfhen did you like Toronto? I do very much! I‘d like to go to Montréal as well but we‘re up to Niagara tomorrow and then on to NYC but we‘ll stop somewhere in between tomorrow night. After NYC we want to go to the beach a few days, not sure where yet! Our final destination is DC, from where we fly back. How about you? 2mo
kspenmoll Sounds like an amazing vacation! Like @ValerieAndBooks I have not been there in years- even more than she, 25 yrs! I better get back... 2mo
BarbaraBB @kspenmoll Much will have changed, many new buildings, but I‘m sure you‘ll still love it! 2mo
Cinfhen Our friends have a beautiful beach house in Atlantic Beach, NY so we are heading there tomorrow night. We have theatre tickets for Thursday night and we‘re spending the weekend with our friends (and Niki & her boyfriend) at their beach house. Tuesday night we are going to see Queen preform in NYC then we‘re going to stay with different friends in NJ. We thought Toronto was great. We stayed at The Westin, right on the harbor. 2mo
BarbaraBB That sounds so good! Spending time with family and friends. And the beach. And NYC! Toronto‘s harbour is great, we are staying in Bellwoods, a really cool neighbourhood. Enjoy it all. And tell Niki to move to Chicago 😉😘 2mo
AlaMich I‘m so glad you loved Chicago! People do think we are just a “flyover” city, that the coastal cities (well, actually, we ARE a coastal city) are the real deal. But then they are surprised when they arrive and see how great Chicago really is. 1mo
BarbaraBB @AlaMich It is definitely more than a flyover city. I admit I was surprised but now that I know I won‘t forget it. I even liked it better than NYC (at least in summer, it was so crowded there, too crowded!) 1mo
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AJBowers
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I finished a total of five books this week, my favorite of which is the tagged book.

suzie.reads I loved the woman in the window ❤ 2mo
AJBowers @suzie.reads it was so good!! Looking forward to the movie! 2mo
MrBook Wow!!! Impressive! 😁👍🏻👍🏻 2mo
AJBowers @MrBook thanks! If it wasn't for audiobooks it never would have happened 🤣 2mo
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monalyisha
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I suspected as much but now I‘ve confirmed it: I really dislike thrillers. Giving it a so-so ‘cause I guess it‘s fine if you don‘t despise the genre. Personally, I don‘t think the feeling of suspense is worth a whole book. There are no hidden clues that allow you to puzzle the ending out ahead of time, which I hate. You may have suspicions but they‘re rarely text-based. You‘re simply not allowed to know what‘s up until the author tells you.

monalyisha Also, is it just me or does the whole thing feel kind-of like a morality play? This is what happens to disloyal women. 💀 2mo
sammisho I don't like thrillers either! 2mo
sammisho Also over the whole "the woman" trend 2mo
emtobiasz Agreed— I love mysteries but have never liked thrillers. There was a lot of theorizing a few years ago about the relative political leanings of traditional thrillers vs mysteries, with Val McDermid saying most thrillers were inherently conservative while mysteries leaned more liberal. This article laid it out well: https://crimereads.com/the-politics-of-crime-fiction/ 2mo
monalyisha Hm, interesting. Thanks @emtobiasz! 2mo
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AJBowers
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Pickpick

I devoured this book!

I loved the author's writing style and I seriously could not put this book down. I did have suspicions that were confirmed and it did make me cry and laugh. All around loved this one.

AndreaLove Love the nails 2mo
AJBowers @AndreaLove thank you! 💕 2mo
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monalyisha
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“My head is quaking. My hands are shaking.”

I‘m sorry. Is this an audiobook or a Led Zeppelin album??? 😅🎶🎵😅

Reading this for book club. A little skeptical about the quality of the writing. For what I think are obvious reasons.

Megabooks 🤣🤣🤣 2mo
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nicolexcecelia
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Pickpick

Very good read. I wasn‘t sure at the being of the book but towards the middle I was hooked.

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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
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#BlackandBlue
#ColorMePretty

I‘ve heard mixed reviews on this one 😑

suzie.reads I loved this! 2mo
crazyspine If you're a Hitchcock fan, you'll love it. 2mo
Eggs I loved the female MC—great character and poignant 😭 2mo
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Cortg
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Pickpick

I‘ve heard so many mixed reviews, I was hesitant to pick this one up, but I‘m glad I did. I WAS able to piece together Anna‘s story pretty quickly but still enjoyed listening as it unfolded. I wasn‘t thrilled with the way it ended but I still give it a 👍🏼

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ohurtin
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Pickpick

Finally got to this one and couldn‘t put it down. Loved it! #fiction #thriller

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squirrelbrain
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#windowseat

#lilithjuly

This was a good read, along the lines of Girl on a Train .... unreliable narrator etc etc

I didn‘t guess the twist at the end either

Cinfhen I bailed on this one early on and then I loaned the book to a friend who somehow “misplaced” it 😬I‘ll probably watch the film instead 2mo
suzie.reads I really enjoyed this one a nice easy read which I need sometimes because alot of the books I read are very gritty. 2mo
KarenUK This book got overshadowed for me by the articles written about the author! 😳.... I met him at our B&N and he seemed so charming! 2mo
squirrelbrain Oh yes, I forgot about all that weirdness, @KarenUK 😬☹️ 2mo
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tjwill
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#currentlyreading #booktomovie filling in spaces on 3 reading challenges!
#booked2019 #popsugar #bbrc Litsy Award Winner

LibrarianRyan Yeah. Hopefully you like it better than I did. 2mo
Cinfhen And it works for today‘s prompt #LilithJuly #WindowSeat ♥️🙌🏻 2mo
tjwill @Cinfhen Nice! 2mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage Way to double-triple up your prompts! 2mo
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CoffeeNBooks
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#LilithJuly #WindowSeat I haven't read this yet, but it's on my TBR list.
@Cinfhen @KarenUK

KarenUK Perfect pick for the song... 👍💕 (edited) 2mo
Cinfhen Such a good choice!! Haven‘t read it either but the title and premise is ON POINT!! 2mo
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kristyredden209
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I know I haven't posted in awhile, sorry! I returned this one today. I could not get into it. I don't know if it was the narration or lack of action. Yeah, I bailed on it. #audiobook #borrowedfromlibrary

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Eva2
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Mehso-so

This was an OK read but very predictable. I worked out very early on what was really going on. I was just reading it to get to the end rather than being riveted by the suspense. I did ,however, like the main character and details of her life were well written. The old black and white movie references were really good too,

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AJBowers
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It's a little beat up, but I had to grab it. I love a good book deal and this was only 50 cents! 🙌🏻🛍

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Eva2
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Starting this one today in my sunny reading spot by the window. I guess that makes me ‘The Woman in the Window‘ too 😀

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LibrarianBecky
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Pickpick

Great thriller! Well written! Keeps you guessing till the end!

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nerdcornerbooks
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Pickpick

Gotta love a good murder mystery. One where you find yourself doubting the sanity of the narrator is always an asset, not to mention an unexpected plot twist (but not that unexpected plot twist...the other one.) This was good read and quite the page-turner!

Bookladylinda Welcome to Litsy!!!! 2mo
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jamicuns
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Pickpick

3.5 stars. It was a fun, fast read. Some twists I figured out, some I didn‘t. It kept me interested the whole time.

jamicuns Update: wish I had known the author was a con man before reading his book. This article from The New Yorker is fascinating and disturbing, it is a long one though.
https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/02/11/a-suspense-novelists-trail-of-dece...
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Pickpick

You start off thinking you can really relate to this woman. Yeah, she has agoraphobia, but she is a professional, she helps people online, she drinks wine and she's just loveable. The first twist was a bit predictable, but the book gathers pace and the twists snowball into an avalanche of excitement. Everything is resolved by the end, which is pleasing, and it's like a good meal. Filling.

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rethier1
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I really enjoyed this one! The writing was fantastic and I really liked the main character. This book was fast-paced and very hard to put down (definitely stayed up too late reading it 🤓). Although it had the potential to be very dark and scary, it was not overly so. I learned after reading the book that it will soon be a movie starring Amy Adams! 🤩#thewomaninthewindow #ajfinn #danielmallory #unputdownable #booktomovie

JohannaRose I loved this book and I had no idea it was going to be made into a movie! That‘s awesome! 3mo
rethier1 @JohannaRose I didn‘t either! It apparently comes out in October! 😻 3mo
JohannaRose @rethier1 Oh wow that soon! I‘ll be looking for it! Thanks 😊 3mo
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cathipink Did you read the articles about Daniel Mallory that came out a few months ago? 3mo
rethier1 @cathipink Yes indeed. He seems to be quite unfamiliar with telling the truth. Sounds like an...interesting...guy. 😬 3mo
Ericalambbrown Loved this one! 3mo
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Megabooks
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Dan Mallory, the author, says Hitchcock was #TheMuse for this story. I remember it as just another drunk, unreliable woman narrator story. And I don‘t remember him at all from Duke despite his being TV editor and my being food editor of paper at the same time. 🤷🏻‍♀️ I feel like I should remember him because he sounds like a character, but I just don‘t. #StarTrekSummerJune

Kappadeemom Omg, please go Google him. AJ Finn is quite the embellisher... 3mo
swishandflick Hitchcock and/or plagiarism. Everything I hear about this guy is super shady. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.nytimes.com/2019/02/14/books/dan-mallory-woman-... 3mo
Megabooks @Kappadeemom @swishandflick Yes, I know. That‘s how I found out I knew him in real life. My friends who remember him said he was strange in college. And urine around your office is weird no matter your age or station! 3mo
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Susanita One of my book clubs was going to read this, but I said I wasn‘t comfortable with it in light of the author‘s problematic history. (In addition to various articles, it was also discussed in two different podcasts I listen to.) Bless them, we will read another book. 3mo
Megabooks @Susanita Yay!! I really wish I hadn‘t given him my money. 👎🏻👎🏻 3mo
Reviewsbylola I heard enough about this book to know it wasn‘t for me!! 3mo
Megabooks @Reviewsbylola Definitely don‘t bother! 3mo
CaroPi I bought the book when it came out. For me was another thriller but I will never give my money for him again. Specially after all the lies 3mo
Megabooks @CaroPi I totally agree!!! 3mo
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nicpears

I enjoyed reading this book and had a hard time putting it down at times. Although I have to admit, I'm no movie buff so I was clueless to all of the movie references and thought there to be too many. Other than that it was great!

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suzie.reads
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Loved this 💚 A fantastic thriller!
Had me totally gripped, it was a real page turner. Love it when you read a book that you literally don't want to put down, some of those chapter endings gave me chills 🙃

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Joanster5
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I thought this was a fun thriller. I read it all in one day. I couldn‘t put it down. It was Hitchcock like. My gut twisted in suspense at a couple of parts. I may have jumped once while reading it. I did guess a part of it but I think you were supposed to at that point. I read for aty prompt 41 goodreads choice awards. #ATY2019 #aroundtheyearin52books

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Panpan

A disappointing read for me. The story did keep me in suspense after the first 100 pages, and there was one decent twist. What didn‘t work out for me was the less-than-original plot (the identity of the ‘killer‘ and whydunnit was meh), more than necessary references to noir films, flat characters, mediocre writing, and the weak ending. I was wavering between a so-so and a pan. 🤷‍♀️

This works for #Booked2019 #SocialMediaFocus . ✅

Cathythoughts Great choice for #bookd2019. I‘m sorry you didn‘t like it ... I did really enjoy it . In any case , another box ticked ☑️ 4mo
erzascarletbookgasm @cathythoughts I‘m glad you enjoyed it, it didn‘t click with me but it did inspire me to watch Rear Window which was enjoyable! 😊 4mo
Cinfhen I gave up on this book early on... I just wasn‘t feeling it. Like @Cathythoughts said.... at least you ticked off another box 💜 4mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage Good job on pushing through. Now that I‘ve read the gossipy articles about the author (who seems unhinged), I have more issues with the book. Anyway ... 3mo
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erzascarletbookgasm
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StayCurious Cool pic 4mo
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Bzosche
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“Into the dark, into the wild, afraid of the sky above but terrified of the boy behind.”

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erzascarletbookgasm
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Started reading the tagged book for my #Booked2019 #socialmediafocus . (Besides spying on her neighbours, watches classic movies, and drinks merlot, the protagonist also goes online to play chess and offer advise on a forum). 80 pages in, nothing seems to be happening 😏, I got bored and was inspired to watch Hitchcock‘s Rear Window instead. Grace Kelly was gorgeous!

mabell She was amazing 😍 I love this movie so much! 4mo
StayCurious I love Grace Kelly, and anything Hitchcock. 4mo
batsy Love this movie! And pretty much same, @Stay-Curious 🙂 4mo
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Cathythoughts I love anything Hitchcock too. So good 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 4mo
BooknerdsLife OMG I LOVE this movie so much! 💖💖😍 4mo
DivineDiana Yes! Grace Kelly! And her wardrobe was divine! 💖 4mo
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TheReadingMermaid
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InBooksILive Wow... that's low. What an awful thing to lie about?! 4mo
Carla I‘m chronically ill, and so cannot bear to have people lie about being sick. So I won‘t be reading any of his books. 4mo
MaleficentBookDragon As a person who has had cancer , as well as my sister and mother, AND having lost my dad to cancer, I find it reprehensible. If he is mentally ill, I hope he gets help; but if he is just that cruel and callous, I do not want to support him. I gave away his book when I first heard of this 4mo
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OrangeMooseReads Well he‘s a special kind of a**hole 4mo
bookish_wookish Wasnt there also some drama about him ripping the story for The Woman In The Window off of another published book? 4mo
Rachel_nyc Wow! I lost my dad to Cancer and my mom has recently been diagnosed and has surgery scheduled so this comes close to home for me as well. This is officially off my tbr. 4mo
Leftcoastzen There was an article about him in the New Yorker that made him seem a bit sociopathic. 4mo
Miss__astrid @LapReader bloody hell! 4mo
JeannieReads There is also an article out there about how he plagiarized The Woman in the Window. 4mo
Jee_HookedOnBookz @bookish_wookish what?!! Omg that's awful! 😡 4mo
bookish_wookish Yeah hes an awful human! @Jee_HookedOnBookz and the book sucked anyway! 🙃 4mo
teebe The New Yorker article about this is a goddamn trip. It basically goes through all his lies. 4mo
BooknerdsLife Wow! What an awful being! I lost my dad to cancer so I can't tolerate anyone who lie about it . If he really has mental illness I hope he get help! But I'm definitely not going to read his book! 4mo
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Grimscythe
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This book is seriously boring me. But apparently not Otis the #gingerbrat #catsoflitsy

JeannieReads Same! I read it for book club, and thought it was so boring, predictable, and formulaic that I struggled to get through it. There are some pretty crazy articles out there on the author, though. Those are a fun read. 4mo
Dragon 😻 4mo
Grimscythe @JeannieReads Right?! I keep falling asleep and losing interest. 4mo
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MallenNC Great picture of Otis though! 4mo
kay89 Definitely recommend reading the New Yorker article about this author if you haven‘t gotten to it yet. The author is like a Highsmith character! 4mo
rachaich I skim read chunks. Book club choice 🙄😂 4mo
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Erica5
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A decent page turner.

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ajyoungquist
Pickpick

Thriller! This book had a ton of twists and turns and kept me guessing.

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xxjenadanxx
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A twisting and turning psychological thriller. This isn‘t my typical genre but my book club chose it for May and I‘m glad they did. A quick and engrossing read with an ending I didn‘t see coming.

RadicalReader Love when ending completely shock and surprise you 4mo
MoonWitch94 The ending was SO good! 4mo
rachaich I read this for book club too. I believe there's a film bring made. 4mo
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xxjenadanxx @RadicalReader @MoonWitch94 Right? I was kind of blindsided in the best way!! 4mo
xxjenadanxx @rachaich Nice! I don‘t usually watch movies like that but it will make a great one. Who would you like to see cast? 4mo
rachaich @xxjenadanxx oooh there's a question! I'll have to think! Not my usual genre of film either. Maybe Jennifer Laurence in the role. What about the guy over the road? Who coujd play him? 4mo
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Erica5
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Just another manic Monday...?