All the Dangerous Things: The gripping new psychological thriller from the New York Times bestselling author of A Flicker in the Dark
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But when his questions become a bit TOO intrusive and hard-hitting, Isabelle realizes he may know something big about her past. In her first book, there were several references to the 'Flicker' and in this one, several made towards the water, sort of as a running theme that helped drive this home (and don't get me started on the PERFECT cover! I loved the author’s debut novel: “A flicker in the dark” but her newest book exceed my whole expectations and I loved this one even more than her first work! Sleep deprivation is a beast and it's not like Isabelle hasn't struggled with sleep irregularities in the past.
She lives in Charleston, South Carolina, with her husband, Britt, and Labradoodle, Mako, where she is always working on her next book.I’m glad I didn’t because the story stopped focusing just on how desperately sad Isabellle was, and started to get more into the mystery and suspense. I follow him through another door, the gentle roar of applause erupting as soon as it opens and we step inside.
malignant, deadly, and pernicious stars for ‘all the dangerous’ and intriguing things about this book.
Despite not being a big fan of the unreliable narrator trope, I enjoyed last year's debut "A Flicker in the Dark" and this one tops that! But I could only make it to 14% (after SEVERAL attempts including a failed buddy read) before I gave up.