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Thursday, December 29, 2016

Review: The Twilight Wife by A.J. Banner

Involved in a diving accident that leaves her with memory loss, Kyra lives on an island with her husband, Jacob, trying to remember what happened to her. Stopping her medication, she has flashbacks of memories she's not sure she can trust. Is her marriage everything she's being told it is? Why is everyone saying this is her second chance, that they're working things out and she should be happy about it? As she starts uncovering truths, she enters into a nightmare she may never recover from.

This book is fast paced and a fun read for a lighter suspense novel. I guessed most of the plot twists early into the book and found myself not being very invested in the characters. As someone who reads a ton of psychological, crime and domestic thrillers, I like to be surprised, shocked, thrown for a loop. After reading Behind Closed Doors, Gone Girl, Before I Go to Sleep, and books of the like, this seemed "lighter." Don't get me wrong, this is still a very good book. I found myself reading quickly and enjoyed the suspense, atmosphere and overall story line. For anyone who is new to this genre, this book will be a great read. I read the author's other book, The Good Neighbor, and rated it the same. Great reads...I just apparently like the more twisted variety. 

★ ★ 

psychological thriller | suspense | fiction | domestic crime

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