It's hard to write this review without spoilers. I'll just say that when it's a typical whodunit it's mostly excellent. But it turns extremely far-fetched midway through. Still quite good and a fun read. Very good narration.
Hard to get thru at first because the narrators were so dull. After putting the speed to 1.5x to speed up the process after only the 3rd chapter, I finally started getting into the storyline. I finished feeling completely underwhelmed but am now watching the movie and THIS is how the story was meant to be told! More of a thriller for sure. I have come to love the twisted mind behind the plot, and have a new appreciation for the book in general.
Yes. The story is exciting and suspenseful. It kept me guessing through the whole thing. I liked the internal dialogue and the way the two points of view blended together so perfectly.
They were both great. I especially loved Julia Whelan as Amy.
Won't it be great that you can make someone know that you knew he knew you have the power over him. That you can just twist a finger and he starts to dance in the way you like and in the time you needed. The world is running under your power, people are seeing what you want them to see, and they feel what you want them to feel. You are the God. The perfect creature one can only imaging. Everything start with a plan and with no incident, you always know what going to happen three steps before. You must feeling bored for being who you are, and for being knowing that you are the only perfect one. Then someone question you, someone who is as average as others is questing you. How dare them, you think. So it all began.