This book was highly disturbing, I do not want to give anything away so I will not elaborate. All I can say is every person in this book was not stable or healthy. I was a little bit disappointed after having read Gone Girl first, I could really feel how Gillian Flynn's writing and story telling developed over time, that being said this book was definitely still worth the read.
I will admit, this book starts off slow. At first, the different voices for each character seemed annoying, but within a few chapters, it really painted a vivid picture of each of the characters. If you are a fan of Natsuo Kirino at all, you will love this book. I was absolutely hooked by the halfway mark, eschewing all my responsibilities to finish the damn thing. one caveat, if you are recovering or dealing with mental issues (for me, PTSD), you may want to proceed with caution. Otherwise, I highly recommend this for anyone who loves dark mysteries.
Painful, Disassociation, Evil
Definitely Camille if not I would have to seriously examine by brain for some mental health defects. Camille's disturbances are totally understandable after finding out what her childhood must have been like.
No I don't believe I have.
More like moments that moved me. But in ways that made my skin crawl. I did feel empathy for Camille.
This is a good book and well written. It is very creepy and disturbing. It goes to show how delicate the balance is between a mothers love and or hate. That broken or never established bond is irreparable and profoundly damaging. A perfect example of how the torn fabric of a mind can make us unemphatic and evil. How a sociopath is born.
I have always prided myself on figuring out mysteries from very early in novels. This book shattered that and left me thrilling at how masterful every clue was colored to fit my expectations and the real finale. Worth every penny. It is a really wonderful book.
Audio book addict
Was pretty predictable halfway through was able to guess who the killer was but I did enjoy the ride.
Gillian Flynn has done it again.
Sharp Objects grabs you from the start and doesn't let go until the end, possibly longer.
I found myself thinking about the story for days afterward.