The Last Winter of Dani Lancing
Publish date: September 12th 2013
Publisher: Ebury Press (Fiction)
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
This book was just not very good. With shifting points of view in the third person and no clear understanding of what was going on until the middle of it I found myself growing increasingly bored and just grossed out at times. We have four characters to keep track of in this book. Dani Lancing, her ...
Dear Reader, This particular psychological thriller caught my eye from the "Before I Go to Sleep" reference in the blurb, a book which I really enjoyed. I find this genre can be very redundant and predictable which is why you don't find me running out to grab the "latest". I do however, LOVE a...
The story is masterfully told out of sequence. We travel back 20 years when Dani was alive and then to 2010, present time. We learn and know about Dani through memory flashes. And Dani, what a surprise she is. Dani’s mother, Patty, obsessed with finding Dani’s killer, does the unthinkable. How far w...
I love a good mystery but this one was, well it was not good. I found it to be slow and slightly repetitive yet as usual I wanted to find out whodunit. I also didn't like the jumping back and forth in time as I found that a little hard to follow. Received from NetGalley
**ARC provided by Crown Publishing via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review**
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