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Nowhere Girl Book Review

eARC was provided by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

This book comes out March 1st, 2016


Goodreads Blurb

Book: Nowhere Girl
Author: Susan Strecker
Genre: Mystery / Thriller/ Fiction
 Rating: ★★★★★

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This book follows Cady, a bestselling author of suspense, who spend her time interviewing killers in order to understand what happened to her twin sister, Savannah. They were inseparable, and even after Savannah’s death, they’re still connected somehow. Savannah comes into her dreams to give her clues about her death. When Cady starts to research for her upcoming book, she finds the last piece to the puzzle. She finds the truth about Savannah’s death.

 I have to say, this book was phenomenal. It had me on the edge of my bed all the time. I loved all of it. I love crimes (I’m studying Criminology) and reading something about crimes excites me. Needing to find the truth about stuff is something necessary for a lot of people. I really loved how Cady would do anything in order to find the truth behind Savannah’s death. Having to experience a traumatic death would be horrible and I think I couldn’t handle if something like that happens to someone I love.

Even though she was sad all the time, I think she was strong too. Not only she lost her sister, then she had a shitty marriage… and it was really frustrating. But she dealt with all that with help, obviously. I knew since the beginning there was something weird with Brady, and yeah… there was SOMETHING. You know, it made me sad reading that chapter when he was talking about Savannah’s death. He was heartbroken, guys… ok, and it was sad. I have to be honest, I was really nervous when I was reading those last 6 chapters because it was almost the end and I didn’t know what happened with Savannah, so yeah… I was biting my nails, haha.

I think the secondary characters were amazing and the whole mystery was fantastic. Such a well written story, fast paced, and easy to read.I really loved how Susan wrote about a girl liking some rough and weird sex stuff. I haven’t read something like that in a book before. I’ve been saying this all week, but I really loved this book and how different it is. I really enjoyed it and I would love to read more books from this author. I recommend this to everyone who love to read some mystery books. I’m pretty sure this book won’t disappoint you. Go and pre – order it on Amazon; or Book Depository; or Barnes & Noble. Also, add it in your tbr list on Goodreads.


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