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    Just when you think you know

    Just when you think you have it figured out...not a chance. Then there’s another layer and another.
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    Slow to start, but fantastic finish

    I really enjoy the psychological thriller book, so right from the start, I was hooked, looking for the angle. I guessed wrong and was surprised by all the twists and turns. Couldn't stop listening from the middle to the end. I highly recommend this for anyone looking for suspense and drama.
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    The Woman in the Window

    A lot is going in The Woman in the Window. Anna fox has experienced a trauma, and now she has very severe agoraphobia. She wanders her house alone (living with just her cat) drinking and not quite taking her medication correctly. The circumstances leading up to her situation are vague, and we slowly learn everything as the story continues. She passes her time watching her neighbors – like hardcore spying on them with a zoom lens - playing chess and learning French online, and talking to other agoraphobics in an online community. She’s happy – mostly – and chats with her family quite often. A.J. Finn does a fantastic job of drawing you into Anna’s strange world and making you doubt everything you think you know. As we spiral through life and the strange things Anna has witnessed right along with her. I enjoyed being able to follow her train of thought. It brought me into her mind and emotional turmoil when she started doubting everything about herself. While most of the book is a meandering journey through potential craziness, the end was a heart-pounding rush leading up to a gentle settling of sorts. Don’t expect too much action and thrills from this one. But don’t discount its ability to test what you believe right along with all the characters.
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    OMG!

    Great read! The characters were real and believable. Look forward to his next novel!
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    Interesting!

    This book always kept me on my toes, and as soon as I think I have figured it out, another wrench in through in and I'm completely wrong!
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