Luckiest Girl Alive, Girl on the Train, & Dark Places

I recently went on a reading spree- and read Dark Places, Luckiest Girl Alive, and Girl on the Train back to back.

My absolute favorite was Luckiest Girl Alive. I loved it. Knoll writes in such a relatable voice, that I can completely hear and feel the character through her words. A couple big twists along the way- I really enjoyed this book!

Girl on the Train started slow for me, but I would also recommend it. It was a great read- but I have yet to see the movie.

Dark Places is very dark, a twisted story of trying to figure out “who did it” and a pretty quick read.


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