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Last Thing She Ever Did, The MP3 CD – Audiobook, January 1, 2018
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It was a thought provoking psychological thriller, but I did struggle with just "getting" into the storyline as I most often do. I think there were a lot of unanswered questions, And the end was left open for the follow up, but beware of cliffhanger with this book.
I can't say I loved it, but it kept my attention, and by the final 40% I flew through it, I just wish that had been the same for the rest! I will certainly be keeping my eyes peeled for the follow up book to see if the next story fills in some of the blanks for me. Overall an enjoyable read, but advise readers to stick with it.
You just can't ever know what's in someone's heart...Not based on how they look, the money they have, their education, whatever. Sometimes there's a lot of ugly behind perfection....
...The truth is we can't know what's behind someone's emotions. Half the time we project what we think we'd be feeling if we found ourselves in the same dire situation. Empathy is often misplaced.
I felt that got in the way of the flow of the story and I kept on skipping whole pages so I could try and pick up what happened next. Reading other reviews it seems like this doesn't always trouble readers so, if you don't mind a long, drawn out narrative, you may well be able to plough through the style of writing to find out what happens in the end.
Personally I gave up a few chapters in. Perhaps I should have persevered and may pick it up again one day. But it didn't captivate me in the way I expected it to and in the way other thriller writers have managed with similar storylines.
There is just no way Liz's husband (an IT tech-savvy high-flyer) would have fallen for the blackmail at the end about the photo being in the cloud.
Just one example from a list of implausible points used to hurry the ending.
Some aspects were hard to believe...can't be specific without spoilers,so...will just say it was readable and involving...personally,I felt the ending was a little disappointing...but, worth a read...especially at Kindle prices.
Three...almost Four stars...but not quite.
I found it to be a couldn't put it down page turner.
It is well written, the characters believable and I really enjoyed it.