I love books that keep me pondering on them well after I've finished. This will be one of those books. Between the crazy plot and f'ed up characters, I'll be thinking on this one for a while.
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Yes, be ready for dirty and nasty tricks. True love to the blind.
Haven't come across it yet.
Keeps you on the edge.
I would recommend this audiobook to a person who is looking for something to listen to while commuting to work or on a long road trip because it is easy to follow the plot. That is, you don't have to listen closely like you do with, say, a LeCarre novel.
The first-person narrative/diary format is well-suited to the plot action.
Too youthful sounding.
After the "big reveal" the plot seems overly contrived. And it was hard for me to believe that the wife could have fooled everyone so completely, but that was the premise, take it or leave it.
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.