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by Lisa Unger
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Anne Brooke: fiction writer
Anne Brooke: fiction writer rated it 5 years ago
I started this book with high expectations but slowly I'm afraid I became increasingly disengaged from the story and indeed the heroine. There's something immensely irritating about Annie Powers and I never felt I was allowed to get beneath the surface of her character. I think it's something to do ...
I'll think of a damn title later
I'll think of a damn title later rated it 5 years ago
AmieStuart rated it 7 years ago
Loved this...SO Much better than Beautiful Liar and I'm so glad I gave her another shot. My one caveat for those of you who prefer everything all wrapped up in a pretty bow in the end....you don't really get that with Unger (at least not in the two books I've read). Her endings seem to be a bit mo...
A Book and A Review #2
A Book and A Review #2 rated it 7 years ago
Probably my favorite LU book of all that I have read. I thought it was an interesting read and liked the characters much more than the other books of hers that I have read.
. rated it 9 years ago
Really good psychological thriller! I liked how Unger went back and forth from past to present, giving you little clues, then sucking you back the other way and leaving you wanting more. Made it hard to put down, and really enjoyed it.
Barbara's Booky Blog
Barbara's Booky Blog rated it 10 years ago
This is a wild and confused tale of a woman (Ophelia) who escapes her serial killer boyfriend, Marlowe by killing him and faking her own death. Of course, she has help with this. She has made a new life for herself and has a family of her own now. She is messed up pyschologically and she lasts ro...
The Drift Of Things
The Drift Of Things rated it 11 years ago
There were some things about this that were hard to follow, especially the way it kept changing verb tense. Overall, though, it was a good psychological thriller. Lisa Unger always tucks some interesting insights into her novels, which are easy to miss but worth watching for. "Most of us don't live...
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