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“I love a good psychological thriller, but I’m not as keen on unreliable narrators, so I wasn’t sure what to expect. I mean, it lays it all out there in the title: none of this is true. So, although I thought I had it all figured out pretty early on, this book really kept me guessing – and second-guessing myself! The title instilled enough doubt in everything going on that I wasn’t sure which characters to trust, whose side of the story was true, and who was manipulating whom. I was dying to...”Mica • The Snail on the Wall
“Shakespeare's most famous female characters, most having died some sort of violent death on or offstage, gather in a liminal space called 'the traproom' that unites them after their final exit. The youngest four - Juliet, Ophelia, Cordelia, and Lavinia - break with the traditional isolation and silence of the space, finding conversations with each other and the courage to tell, or retell, their stories. This was an engaging audiobook, with different voice actors for each character, which kept...”Lady • The Snail on the Wall
“This is a sweet story about a modern neighborhood and how the reality of 2023 settles in across generations and races. The characters are interesting and accessible, and you'll find yourself a little more invested in a mall closing than you thought possible. ”Sarah • The Snail on the Wall
“We Are Too Many is a memoir of the end (and beginning) of a marriage. Told hilariously over three parts, Hannah Pittard invites readers to follow her through ten years of time-jumped remembered conversations. Her story is written with a refreshing amount of honesty as she leads the reader through her discovery that her husband and best friend have had sex, along with what came before and after. Unfinchingly honest and hilarious, Pittard seamlessly blends fact with fiction to make an...”Deva • The Snail on the Wall
“This book makes you rethink renting AirBnBs, vacationing in small towns, and traveling alone. It isn't your typical psychological thriller, as the majority of the book reads as a romance. There are some wild, suspicious instances during the early pages, but not until about 75% do things start to get really weird. And then we get all the crazy....Overall, I enjoyed this one, and the narrators do a good job with keeping the pace and suspiciousness of the book throughout. ”Lady • The Snail on the Wall
“Beautiful and unsettling, Elsewhere is a novel I can't stop thinking about. Not usually one for dystopian fiction, I started listening and soon was captivated by this haunting, cloud-covered place and close-knit community from which women occasionally disappear. (Ell Potter's narration perfectly captures its eerie atmosphere.) The families who live here wonder about the world beyond, known only as 'Elsewhere,' especially when a stranger comes to visit. But, no matter how uncertain the future...”Lady • The Snail on the Wall
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