38 Following


The Girl Without a Name - Sandra Block

4 stars  #GirlWithoutAName  @Grand Central Pub  @Block_Sandra

I sort of thought this was going to be creepier than it was. However, while it wasn't creepy throughout. There came a point at the end where my jaw dropped and I felt myself spinning through some type of time warp tunnel or whatever those things are on those shows where the person is just spinning and spinning. It was like I just couldn't believe it. I can't really say much more without this becoming a spoiler, but I can say that this was one heck of a good book.

It wasn't like I was reading and waiting for the creepy part, saying what the heck? The story was interesting enough as the author kept giving me all these puzzle pieces that really didn't seem to quite fit, but of course, as a reader, I knew somehow, someway they did. I found it interesting that all these psych docs were a little cray cray themselves. Or at least as one of the characters said "everyone has a little crack somewhere".

This was a very well written book, maybe a little slow in some spots, but still a very decent read well worth the time and $$$.

Huge thanks to Grand Central Publishing and Net Galley for providing me with this free e-galley in exchange for an honest review. It was definitely a great read for a lazy Sunday afternoon.