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Publisher's Summary

You trust me. 

You shouldn’t. 

That picture you just posted on Instagram? I’ve seen it.
The location you tagged? I’ve been there.

You haven’t been careful enough, have you?
Because I know all about you.

But when I meet you, I won’t tell you that.
I’ll pretend. Just like you do.

You’ll like me, though. You’ll trust me enough to let me into your life.

And then I’ll destroy it.

©2018 Annabel Kantaria (P)2018 HarperCollins Publishers

Critic Reviews

"Draws you in and doesn’t let you go. Gripping, chilling and twisted." (Judy Finnigan)

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Point of view accent confusing

The narrator was great, unfortunately an American who is thinking to herself in a British accent and using British terminology just doesn’t fly. I was perpetually distracted by an American who spoke in an American accent to others but when she was thinking to herself —in first person— it was in a British accent with British terminology. I almost bailed on the book for that reason, but decided to finish it because I paid for it. This book would probably work better as an e-book or paper book that an audiobook for that reason. The storyline is pretty predictable, two, and then of the characters are particularly likable. The main character— an American— seem stereo typically shallow and overly friendly. In a way that is not accurate. All the characters probably should’ve been British, and it would’ve played better.

9 of 10 people found this review helpful

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Really Enjoyed

Found this book gripping and couldn't stop listening, had to know what happens next. The end, however, was slightly contrived. Somewhat unexpected, but contrived. Also loved narrator.

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Good listen. Meh ending

It was a thrilling listen with good plot twists. Ending kinda anticlimactic. But great entertainment

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This is a tough one to review...

On one hand the story is very current and interesting,. On the other hand , it's a bit annoying , like listening to a several different (not extremely likable) people argue too often. On one hand I liked the narrator for some parts, but on the other hand , it really should have had 2 narrators. Having a British narrator for the role of an American, who would never refer to toilet paper as a "loo roll" or say "What are you playing at?" sort of ruined that perspective at times. All in all I guess I'm glad I listened though.... I think

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Good pace- kept me listening

Great narrator. Loved the suspense of hearing the villain but not able to guess who she/he was. Climax was a bit bland and quick. Lots of build up didn’t match the shock of the action it was building to

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Wow!!

I really enjoyed this book. The story of a married couple, best friends and lots of secrets. Narrator nailed it. Loved this one and so glad I bought it. 😀😀😀

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Great listen

I loved this book! Full of twists and turns! I did not expect the ending at all

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Recommend

I really enjoyed this book. It kept me rooted and guessing until the very end. I would love to hear more books from this author.

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Good story

It started a little slow but once you finally got into it was a good line.
maybe the narrator should had been someone who was able to flip accents. Tyler being American should've had an American accent even in her thoughts.
I do recommend this book.

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Fast moving story

I can’t remember how I found this story but it was in my wish list. I thought the narrator was fab - I have my favourites and she is up there, so I hope the author will consider her again - the sample was enough to make me listen. I gravitate to British narrators but liked how she had the main character with an American twang. It was obvious she was being set up, but I didn’t see a lot of it coming.
Great book. Now going to reassess my social media - there are so many crazies out there.

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  • 10-10-18

Excellent

I really enjoyed this brilliant story. Kept me riveted from start to finish. I’ll look for more y this author.

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  • juan
  • 08-19-18

CONFUSING US/UK ACCENT GAVE A LOT OF THE PLOT AWAY

I really enjoyed this book - the narration was excellent BUT the decision to make the narrator think in an English accent and speak in a US accent was unusual to say the least. Basically this book sadly is not really suited to be an audo book as it makes it quite easy to deduce things due to the accents. I think it would have worked better for the author to have rewritten it to be narrated and make the central character English and just having lived in the US and then she could have thought and spoken in the English accent and it would not have really been a huge rewrite either and would not have spoiled the plot. I was delighted that the whole narration was not in an American accent .......... but it did not make a lot of sense. Tough one and I did really enjoy it DESPITE this but it would have been so much better for listening and keeping the reader guessing if it had been all in the one English accent. Great twists and turns but as with so many thrillers the plot reveal did not quite live up to the premise of the book and it was a little implausible but I recommend nonetheless as very well written, original, gripping and plot well crafted. Deducting a star from the narration not from the point of view of the read which was excellent but for the split UK/US technique.

0 of 1 people found this review helpful