Sunday, June 4, 2017
The Perfect Stranger by Megan Miranda: A Review
This book was okay. There were some twists and turns but the ending was pretty predictable. It was easy and quick to read but there was a lack of excitement to the book. There were times when I doubted my initial instincts and was hoping for a certain outcome but it didn't work out that way. While the characters of Emmy and Leah were interesting, it wasn't enough to make up for the lackluster story line. I still had times when I enjoyed the book and think that it would be good for fans of suspense but realize that this is not the best suspense or thriller out there.
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