Friend Request: The most addictive psychological thriller you'll read this year

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Friend Request: The most addictive psychological thriller you'll read this year

Friend Request: The most addictive psychological thriller you'll read this year

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The story then brilliantly alternates between 1989 and 2016, which the author does quite effectively. Louise Williams has spent most of her adult life trying to forget the past and make up for the mistakes she made while in high school. Long-buried memories quickly rise to the surface: Those first days of their budding friendship; cruel decisions made and dark secrets kept; the night that would change all their lives forever. In her debut novel, Laura Marshall explores the after effects of one schoolgirl’s determination to get in with the in crowd – and whether we can ever really know another person. As a teen she is torn between real friendships and chasing after the popular kids like a puppy who doesn’t mind getting kicked – repeatedly.

The psychological fear to be contacted out of the blue by someone who supposedly died 25 years ago is truly chilling.

She is haunted by some of her past choices and as her past catches up with her we really could feel her desperation and angst.

If you like a well-done psychological thriller that keeps you turning those pages until the very end, I would definitely recommend this book! Here we go again - another episode of mean girls (which, in my humble opinion is really getting overdone lately). I just finished reading this book, and I'd like to add that the chapters in Italics were indeed confusing at first,but when Sam confesses everything to Louise, he mentions his wife (at the moment), Catherine. The kitchen gadgets and the photo on the fancy fridge of me and Henry on our first holiday alone last summer, a selfie taken by the pool: our skin salty and sun-kissed, a shadow around Henry’s mouth where the dust has stuck to the remnants of his daily ice cream.However the editing was a bit sloppy, I can’t ever remember reading a book where I heard the narrator clear their throat, and that did happen in this book also a few lines were repeated, clearly this is not the narrator‘s fault, I was just surprised. Thanks to Netgalley and Little, Brown Book Group UK for giving me the opportunity to read this in exchange for an honest review. While this isn't a book I would reread, I would definitely check out more from this author in the future. Now though, I’d be grateful for marketing spam, and I long to go back to the mild tedium of a few minutes ago. Maybe that had been the problem all along: Maria Weston had wanted to be friends with me, but I let her down.

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