This month's Book With Buzz: "The Lying Game" by Ruth Ware
From the instant New York Times bestselling author of blockbuster thrillers "In a Dark, Dark Wood" and "The Woman in Cabin 10" comes Ruth Ware’s chilling new novel. See more
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This one is really exciting. Chapters are short and fast. Loved the breakneck pace and rarely a lull in action. Some one is posting every step of the main character's every mood. Even implying she may be doing this herself the story races on. You will not be disappointed with this one and ready for a breather as you race to the ending. Happy reading!!!
This book scores high on a creep-o-meter...more than a few "yikes" moments, and quickly gains momentum to a shocker ending. But! Too many times that momentum was affected by misspellings..."waive good-bye"? "Bale out"? to mention just a couple. Obviously, no final proofing. I might try another book by this author, hopefully proofed.
I read the sample and could not wait to find out what happened next - my attention was captured immediately. Each chapter leaves you wondering what will happen next. I was anxious to know who was writing the blog and why. Short chapters, fast paced, interesting story line with lots of twists and turns. A real page turner. Well done S. Alini!
I really enjoyed this page turner. Every chapter left me wanting to get to the next chapter. The chapters were short and full of information and the literary skills and creativity had me not putting the book down until I read it in one day.
WOW, what a story!!!! Before this, I read Alini's "The Strange Journal of a Boy Named Henry." Alini has become one of my favorite authors. I can't say enough good things about "Anonymous." There's nothing I love more than a good book that I can't put down. I wish the author would turn out more suspense thrillers!!!!
This started off light - a successful New York psychiatrist just living her comfortable life - then quickly became an intense novel about a search for a stalker. Linda, the psychiatrist in question, has a blog about her life and it’s not written by her. The blogger reveals some very personal things, and eventually threatens murder. Just when you think you know who the blogger is, you get the rug pulled out from under you.