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The Girl Who Lived
The Girl Who Lived: A Thrilling Suspense Novel | Christopher Greyson
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GypsyKat
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I really enjoyed this one! A fast paced thriller that kept me guessing until the end. My only complaint is that it could have been a bit longer with a few more details. But overall a great read. Definitely recommend this one!

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GypsyKat
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Starting this one now. I‘m on a thriller kick lately!

Macker11 I have this on my TBR can‘t wait to hear your opinion! 4mo
GypsyKat @Macker11 I only listened to the first few chapters so far, but I really like it! 4mo
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alecia3dixie
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I really liked this book!! It kept me on the edge of my seat the whole time, wondering who it could be! Everyone a suspect, and right when I thought I nailed it, nope! Huge twist at the end I didn't see coming and I love that about books! Strongly recommend !!

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GypsyKat
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I‘ve found that I really enjoy thrillers as audiobooks, so today‘s #AudibleDailyDeal looks perfect.

Does anyone have any suggestions for Audible thrillers? I‘d definitely like some more!

BlameJennyJane I really enjoy the Detective Kim Stone series by Angela Marsons. They are usually pretty affordable for Audible and Kindle. My little library has just one or two of her books and nothing on digital platforms (like Libby or Hoopla) so they can be tough to find to borrow... but so good. Do not have to be read in sequence. 😊 6mo
JaclynW Me too! I will have to get this one. Have you read No Exit by Taylor Adams? I liked books by Gillian Flynn too. I read Dark Matter by Blake Crouch that was crazy. Stephen King... Audible and Goodreads have great lists of recommendations, many are on my list too. 6mo
GypsyKat @BlameJennyJane Thanks! I‘ll have to check those out! 😊 6mo
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GypsyKat @JaclynW Yes! No exit was great on audio! 6mo
MaleficentBookDragon You is fantastic. One you listen to Santino, there will be no other Joe for you. That is why I just can't get into the show. 6mo
GypsyKat @MaleficentBookDragon Thank you! That‘s been on my TBR forever and I‘ve never seen the show. Great suggestion! 6mo
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j.rye
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Literal 🤯 Maybe I‘m just a little slow, but I did not see it coming like some other reviewers. Every time I thought I had it figured out, another twist hit me. I actually threw the book when the final plot was revealed. It‘s an amazing read that I couldn‘t put down.

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TheSpineView Good luck! 9mo
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VictoriaB
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Wow! I‘m the first to post about this book! This was a pick from one of my book clubs.
The good - the twist at the end. I totally didn‘t see that coming.
The bad - another unreliable narrator. I may have read one too many like this, so it‘s getting a bit stale for me.
The meh - In retrospect, the twist was a little forced. In reality the plot would have fallen apart in the 10 years between the murders and the book‘s setting.

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Bakingbookworm
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4.5 STARS - Fast-paced, twisty, with loads of culprits. This book took me by surprise.

Where has Christopher Greyson been my whole reading life? My full review: http://thebakingbookworm.blogspot.ca/2018/03/the-girl-who-lived.html?m=1

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Monica5
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4 🌟 out of 5. Faith is the only one to survive, after her father, sister, best friend and mother of her best friend are murdered. She's been in and out of Mental Institutions for 10 years. When she's first out, she sees the killer. No one believes her. The police think she's crazy. Her therapist thinks she's suicidal. Everyone else thinks she's a dangerous drunk. They're all right, of course. But did she see the killer.

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