Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Review: Don't You Cry

Don't You Cry Don't You Cry by Mary Kubica
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a seriously good book. It starts slow... and then builds up until you can't wait to find out what is going to happen. And you will be surprised.

The story is told by Quinn, and it starts when she finds out Esther, her roommate is missing. Not knowing what to do and who to contact, she finds evidence that Esther might be in danger. At one time she even believes Esther might harm her, but she turns out to be pretty resourceful.

Also narrated by Alex, a young man who lives with his lazy alcoholic father, who falls in love and befriends a mysterious woman who squats in the house in front of his own.

Ordinary people, with what seem ordinary lives that suddenly get tangled and complicate with events they don't understand but that will affect them.

My first Mary Kubica book (I do have more of her previous books in my shelves), and even if I had heard about what a good writer she is and of the amazing thrillers she writes, I have to say I was surprised with this book, at how the story escalates and ends with a completely unexpected turn.

I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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