Into the Water by Paula Hawkins
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
This story was a murder mystery. It started out as three suicides over a period of thirty years, but eventually the plot changed.
It was written in my favourite way in that each chapter was written first person from each character in the story. This is a great way to really know the characters and what makes them tick.
I love the setting which is in a rural area in England and you can just picture the beauty while reading the book. I didn't see any sign of the previous book by this author, The Girl on the Train.
In the early stages I felt that it was slightly scattered, but then I remembered that you should just immerse yourself in your book and trust that the story will unfold as we go.
A very good read.
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Monday, May 22, 2017
Review: Into the Water
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