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review 2020-03-04 19:44
The Wives by Tarryn Fisher
The Wives - Tarryn Fisher

My mind is blown!
I really don't know how someone couldn't like this story. I didn't think I would but here we are. It was so twisted, it was epic!
You think he's crazy, then you think she's crazy, then you're back to him, and back to her again and so on. You really get so wrapped up in this stpy that you don't even know who to believe.
That's what I love though. The unpredictability, even when you think it's predictable.
Thriller fans will eat this up. I finished it in record time because I hated having to put it down. 
UGH, when life gets in the way of reading!
Definitely get a copy of this one. You won't regret it.



Source: www.fredasvoice.com/2020/03/the-wives-by-tarryn-fisher-11.html
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review 2020-02-10 01:17
give it a miss.
The Wives - Tarryn Fisher

The book wants to play with the reader's mind and allows that desire to override anything else. It does start out very strong. But the first big reveal of what happened and its excuse for things does not quite work. It made me think of The Perfect Girlfriend, which handles the unreliable narrator issue far better. Good start, weak middle and horrible finish.

(BTW, I do not usually do this, but I strongly advise against reading this if you cannot have children or suffer from a mental illness).

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text 2019-08-21 12:02
Bout Of Books Day #3
Where'd You Go, Bernadette - Maria Semple
Asking for it - Louise T. O'Neill
F*ck Love - Tarryn Fisher, Madison Seidler
Every Heart a Doorway - Seanan McGuire
The Travelling Cat Chronicles - Hiro Arikawa
Conversations with Friends - Sally Rooney

Here's the challenge for day 3:


Pick your favorite book and recreate it OR reimagine the cover either live (with yourself or a willing participant as the cover art) or drawing, sculpture, crafts, painting, etc.


There were so many I liked that I put up 6! I'll give a brief summary of each one.


  • Where'd You Go Bernadette


I like the simplistic nature of this one and I love that shade of green, so soothing.


Asking For It


The plastic image of the doll relates so much about this book and the way woman are objectified. It really speaks to me.


F*ck Love


Tarryn Fisher's covers are lovely, but this one stands out as beautiful


Every Heart A Doorway


What's not to love about this image?


The Travelling Cat Chronicles


I love cats and snow, so it's a perfect combination


Conversations with Friends


This cover is so vibrant and simple. I love it.



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text 2018-08-23 21:18
Reading progress update: I've read 5%.
Folsom - Willow Aster,Tarryn Fisher

Worshipping giant dicks!? That's okay, I'll give it a pass after all. I blame the guy she co-wrote with :)

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text 2018-08-23 19:05
Reading progress update: I've read 1%.
Folsom - Willow Aster,Tarryn Fisher

Tarryn Fisher has a new book out! How did I not know about this!? It's co-written, which should be interesting and it's also a dystopian-romance, which I don't believe I've read before. It's short, too, which means this slow reader will definitely have it finished by the start of my crime reading spree, which begins next week with bingo. Anyway, I just hope I enjoy this one as much as I have many of her others.

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