This read is by far one of my favorite reads. It kept me guessing from start till finish. I enjoyed the characters and the fact that the narrator did a splendid job with their voices. This read was indeed suspenseful and thrilling for me. Recommended read!!!
I am enjoying this author so much. I like the detailed characterizations, and I think the narrator contributes to how effective they are. There are always unexpected events in Ruth Ware’s books, and this one is no exception. I appreciate the surprises and I also appreciate her endings. Never what I think it’s going to be.
Well written, with an engaging narrator.
This writer needs a new editor. If it weren’ for the outstanding narrator, I would have dropped this after the first four chapters. Eventually, the book picks up and the ending was interesting. I don’t think I will elect to listen to another book by this author.
I enjoyed this book and the narrator very much!
Thoroughly enjoyed this book!
Creative plot, however the writing was so verbose that it took away from the story. Also, the motive for the killings was weak, and not realistic. Overall, very entertaining; but as written, this would make for a better movie.
A great who done it. Kept me on the edge of my seat from the beginning. My second Ruth Ware novel.. Loved the narration. Imogene Church is incredible. Some narrators have difficulty transitioning to various people. She did a spot on job. I highly recommend it for your next bookclub.
This book had a very unique flavor. It kept me interested and surprised and I did not predict the outcomes. This is more of a psychological thriller so if you like in your face horror/gore and non-stop action this is not for you. if you like something that builds with steady intrigue and twists this is a perfect read. I would kind of compare the style to Liane Moriarty. the narration is superb!!!
In contrary to the other reviewers I could tell the ending of this book and I found it to be a tad boring. Not very thrilling and the word trepidation is said many times.
Ruth Ware grew up in Sussex, on the south coast of England. After graduating from Manchester University she moved to Paris, before settling in North London. She has worked as a waitress, a bookseller, a teacher of English as a foreign language, and a press officer. Despite being married with two small children, she has found the time to write her second psychological thriller, "The Woman in Cabin 10, "available July 2016.