Finished a couple more books and making some progress in this one. Just a few hours to go! #24in48
Not ground breaking, but a good afternoon‘s read. Political thriller, reads like Homeland v 24!
Perhaps it is because I was looking forward to this book so much that is was a real let down for me. “The Woman in Cabin 10” was so much better. I constantly felt like I had read this book before, it was that unoriginal. Even though there were twists that I did not see coming, they were not enough to salvage this book for me. I want to thank NetGalley, the publisher, and the author for the privilege of reading this book prior to publication.
Listening on Overdrive. Anyone else ever get to a point in a book and just wish someone would tell you the ending? I‘m so over the main character in this book, and her “friends” from her early twenties. Sometimes I like a book with unlikeable characters and sometimes it drives me bonkers. At this point I‘ve invested too much, I have to know how the lost night really played out! (Haha, and since it‘s on audio I can‘t just skip to the last page.)
I'm fickle. This one felt like a combo of so many other similar storylines I've read over the past couple of years. Nothing felt original and I didn't really care what happened to the characters. 🤷🏼♀️
Twenty somethings, jealousy, ambition, tv news, and something sinister beneath it all.
*pictured with a shot of the river across a block away from my house.
My super fabulous Litsy pen-pal @Beck9lol strikes again with all kinds of summer pampering awesomeness!! Becky, this made a busy/crazy last few weeks much more bearable! Thanks for everything ... it will all be used in good health! Here‘s hoping for cooler temps soon! Happy summer, my dear! 🥰😎🔥📚❣️🌞🌻🌸 #Litsypenpal