I Know Who You Are

Hello everyone. I hope you’re all doing well this Monday. Today, I have a book review for you. This is from an ARC copy via Netgalley.

Gripping 4 Star Read!

Thanks to Netgalley and the Publishers for this free ARC copy of I Know Who You Are.

What a ride. This kept me hooked right from page one and didn’t let go. The plot has a lot of twists, and the ending will shock and surprise you. I’m not going to say too much here because I don’t like putting spoilers in reviews.

We have a new and upcoming actress who isn’t too confident. We meet her as a child, which helps us understand the adult Aimee more. We have a missing husband and detectives who immediately suspect the wife. Then we have jealous colleagues and a whole slew of webs and pitfalls. It will keep you guessing.

This is the first time I’ve read this author, and I will be sure to seek out more of her work. The prose is tight and beautifully written, the characters well drawn and real, and the plot and pacing spot on. I especially loved the parts of the book told from young Amiee’s point of view. This child’s viewpoint felt realistic and heart-wrenching.

It gets a solid four stars from me, and I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who likes a good mystery/thriller.

NOTE ON RATINGS: I consider a 3-star rating a positive review. Picky about which books I give 5 stars to, I reserve this highest rating for the stories I find stunning and which moved me.

4 STARS: I WOULD PULL AN ALL-NIGHTER — Go read this book.
3 STARS: IT WAS GOOD! — An okay read. Didn’t love it. Didn’t hate it.
2 STARS: I MAY HAVE LIKED A FEW THINGS —Lacking in some areas: writing, characterisation, and/or problematic plot lines.
1 STAR: NOT MY CUP OF TEA —Lots of issues with this book.

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