|(Thank you the publisher for providing me with a copy of this book.)|
Jodi loves her life, and she's willing to kill for it.
Here are some blurbs from the back of the book:
" A deliciously wicked pleasure...I love books where I can't guess the outcome."
--- Kate Atkinson, New York Times Bestselling Author of Life After Life
"Left me almost breathless as I raced toward the devastating finale."
---S.J.Watson, New York Times Bestselling Author of Before I Go To Sleep
"Reminiscent of Gillian Flynn's Gone Girl, Harrison's fiction debut is at once coolly detached and heartbreakingly accurate."
What do you think? Sounds like an awesome read, doesn't? Well, believe you me, it really is! I absolutely loved The Silent Wife - it was the epitome of an unputdownable read! I spent all night turning page after page until I got to the end and after that I just couldn't fall asleep. All I could think about was this dark and twisty read - it seriously haunted my dreams (when I eventually fell asleep several hours later). And, truthfully I have nothing but great things to say about this book. Harrison's writing was terrific - it captured the suspenseful mood of the story perfectly. I was on edge so much that I started biting my nails - ugh! It was seriously that intense! As for the characters - OMFG! They are crazy, unforgettable, and unlikeable; I was mesmerized by them! The story itself was just BEYOND!! I couldn't believe the ending - Whoa! This is one of my favorite reads so far this summer (which I know has only just begun) and I am excited to share my copy with my sister - I just know she is going to love it!! Plus, I plan on telling my family and friends to pick up a copy STAT!! As for you all, go out and get your hands on The Silent Wife - you will love it!!
On a side note, I just wanted to mention that The Silent Wife is A.S.A. Harrison's first fiction novel and it is also her last. Sadly, she passed away earlier this year and was unable to see her novel published. Based on this book, you can tell what an amazing and talented author she was. RIP A.S.A. Harrison.