So the first half of the book was ok, but after the 'twist' it was all downhill until the very bad crash and burn at the ending.
Seriously? She's a crazy, vindictive, malicious murderer. A hand full of people know that real story about what happened but nobody is doing anything? And her husband is still living with her pretending it's all ok? Then... she's pregnant and they are going to raise a child! And still nobody steps in? That really did not sit well with me.
I finally gave in and listened to the story; so much profanity , human cruelty, it was surely interesting, but the end
Seemed long and then abrupt at the same time; it left me I I insatisfied, I just like good endings... And this it was not
I want to take this opportunity to congratulate the narrators. They both did a superb job and helping me reimagined the characters as coming in I knew who the actors were going to be.
It was an easy listen as my first audiobook, and an interesting story line.
There were a few twists and turns with the plot but after the first couple you kind of start figuring out where the author is going with the story.
its hard to pick a favorite character from this book. It is easier to say that Amy is my least favorite.
i have never wished harder for a different ending of a book. It's not that it's a bad ending, it just needs to be different.
This book was as intoxicating and cancerous as the Dunn's relationship. The story becomes a snowball that goes off a cliff then bursts into flame. The ending was unexpected and left us wrung out, mouths agape, begging for more.
I'm an extrovert who loves books. All that means is I will read a book and tell everyone to read it too so I can talk about it non-stop.
What a mind bending chiller of a tale! Unimaginable horrors awaiting the reader inside this story.