arc review: the girl who lived

the girl who lived

A special thank you goes out to Netgalley and Greyson Media, LLC for allowing me to read this early! All thoughts and opinions are my own!

expected publication: november 4

Now that this book is over, I can finally catch my breath and just relax. Because that book was a whirlwind of non stop action from start to finish with so much intensity. It had twists and turns that I didn’t see coming. I didn’t know who to trust. I felt like I was losing my mind, trying to figure out what was going to happen next or who the bad guy was.

A special touch that I liked was that we got the POV of the killer for a few chapters. It was nice to see their thought process and their thoughts on what was going on. I wish it could have lasted longer but I’m glad with what I got. It added a more sinister element to this book.

Faith was so wild and broken. She had some of the worst survivor’s guilt I had ever seen. I felt nothing but pity for this poor thing. Everybody is against her and they just chalk her up to being crazy and a drunk. How she found the strength to figure out the truth of what happened that night her family was killed is beyond me. I probably would have given up if the entire town was essentially against me.

Overall, this was an intense thriller! I couldn’t figure out who was the bad guy was until I was told. Christopher Greyson made everybody look fishy and I couldn’t trust anybody. It messed with my mind! But I really do highly suggest this book for anybody looking for that real intense thriller.




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