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    Fantastic read!

    Wow, what a book! This is one of the best thrillers I have read this year. It grabbed me from the first page and keep me mesmerized until the very end. The story takes place in the 80s and begins at Maggie's bachelorette party which is starting to wind down. Some of the friends decide to go to a bar to keep the celebration going. Bride-to-be Maggie wakes up the next morning with a strange man in her bed and then gets a phone call with news that one of her party-going friends, Angie, has been found dead. There are lots and lots of twists and turns in this book and surprises galore! Thank you NetGalley and Blackthorn Books for the opportunity to read this fantastic thriller. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a great read.
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    Gripping, Intense and Twisted

    Catherine O'Connell's "The Last Night Out" is a gripping and twisted psychological thriller. The death of Angie results four women (Maggie, Suzanne, Carol Ann and Kelly) really evaluating their current life decisions, confronting their demons, fears and insecurities along with their loyalties and friendships being tested. The story is mainly narrated from one of the key characters and bride-to-be Maggie Trueheart with the narratives changing to include key characters such as Ron and Vince. This flowed really well with the core plot of this story and made it more engaging and intense. I thought I had it figured out but that couldn't be further from the truth. Catherine is a wonderful story-teller and I was shocked with the ending. The Epilogue is a form of a time travel, a rather surprising one and the puzzle pieces are exceptionally placed together in the form of the "Postscript to Readers by Kelly". An unsettling but satisfying 4 star read! A thank you to VoraciousReadersOnly for giving me a free review copy of this book via the author.
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