May 14, 2017

Don't You Cry by Mary Kubica

Published Date : May 17, 2016
Publisher : MIRA
Genre : Fiction / Thriller
Rating : 5 Star

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Don't You Cry is how somebody's past can effect people in two different places at the same time. Downtown Chicago, a young woman by the name of Esther goes missing and her roommate Quinn, is left wondering when is she gonna return and if she is who she says she is. In a small Michigan harbor town just a hour north of Chicago, a eighteen year old Alex notices a newcomer to the town and gets drawn into what will be something that he never saw coming!

After Esther goes missing, Quinn wonders if she did something wrong and starts searching her room and finds stuff that makes her wonder who Esther really is. When Quinn starts to get more into what really happened to the former roommate before her, nothing is adding up like it should. With Alex drawn to this new stranger whom he has nicknamed Pearl, the things she does gets him to question everything about her. It all leads to an explosive ending with questions answered in both towns about what is really going on and how they are related to each other, it's the ending that will have you on edge until the very last word!

OMG!! This book had me on the edge of my seat from the first few pages to the last word just trying to figure everything out and I sure didn't see what really happened until the end! This book will have you not do anything until you finish reading it, yes it's that good! I loved how everything takes place within five days and having the chapters go in between Quinn and Alex was perfect in how it built up to the dramatic ending! I have only heard good things about Mary Kubica's books and now that I have read her latest one, I can see the hype and I'm definitely gonna have to go back and read the previous two!

Thank You to Mary Kubica for writing this heart stopping novel that made me a fan of yours for life!




I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book from BookSparks : SRC 2016!


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