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Author: Wendy Walker
Publisher: St. Martin’s Press
Emma In The Night is the story of when a girl comes back after being missing for three long years and what really happened before and after, she went missing. It took one night for two girls to disappear by the names of Emma and Cass, to only have Cass return just three years later without Emma. As Cass tells her side of the story of where they have been, the search is on to find Emma before it’s too late. It all comes down to the past and the real truth of what really happened the night they disappeared with a ending that will leave you speechless!! This was a fantastic book with a ending that I didn’t see coming at all. The way that this story was written was awesome in the sense that you get multiple sides to the story that makes this book a great read or at lest for myself, it was great! I do have to say that in the beginning, you just don’t know what is really going on but there comes this pivotal moment that everything makes sense that will lead to that breathtaking ending that made me wish that a movie of this book was coming really soon just to see everything play out on the big screen!! Thank You to Wendy Walker for writing yet another fantastic book that has made me kinda impatient waiting for the next big thriller from you!! I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book from NetGalley!
Emma in the Night wasn’t at all what I expected and I wouldn’t quite call it a thriller. When I read a thriller, I expect to be on the edge of my seat, dying to know what happens next. I was interested and the story was suspenseful, but the story was a bit slow and even dry at times. That said, it was oddly compelling and certainly disturbing. Considering their parents and upbringing, Emma and Cass were almost doomed to be at a little messed up. In a not exactly successfully blended family, the only person that I found to be remotely normal was the oldest brother, Witt. The story is not only twisted, but there are plenty of twists and turns as it progresses, which is something I look forward to in a psychological tale. I was left scratching my head at times with Cass’ recounting of her time away as it seemed to become more and more convoluted. By the end, her motivations were made clear, but even now, as I ponder the story, I’m not exactly clear about the way she went about it all. The biggest drawback for me was the switch in point of view. Throughout the book, we hear from two people, Cass and Dr. Abigail Winter. Cass’ chapters are all in first person, while Abby’s are in third. My first thought was that it was done to help show Cass’ frame of mind during the seven days following her return home, but Abby’s chapters also reveal her own thoughts about Cass and the family during that time. The switches from chapter to chapter took some getting used to and in all honesty, I found it to be more of a distraction than anything beneficial to the story. Overall, Walker does have a unique writing style and the story had potential, but it just didn’t quite live up to expectations. It’s not a bad read, but turned out to be merely an okay one for me.
I received a copy of this book courtesy of NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. One of my favorite genres to read is psychological thrillers. This book started as five stars for me. The story line pulls you in and keeps you guessing. Two things made it four stars for me. All the “talk” about psychology. Too much of the book was a psychological analysis and overview of what a narcissist is. The technical aspect of it was distracting for me. The last quarter of the book was weird, dark and unbelievable. Don’t get me wrong, the ending was good and fitting. There was just part of the story line that was taken too far for me. It almost seemed like the author threw in any twist they could for shock value. Overall, I did enjoy the book and would recommend it to a friend. It was a fun and intriguing book to read.
LibraryThing Review This book kept me reading obsessively. As Cass spun her take explaining her 3 year disappearance I found myself next to Dr. Abby trying to discern between truth and the trap she was setting for her mother. The truth was far more sinister than I could have ever expected.
LibraryThing Review I received a free advance e-copy of this book and have chosen to write an honest and unbiased review. I have no personal affiliation with the author. Whoa, a true textbook picture of a narcissistic
LibraryThing Review This is the second book that I’ve read by Wendy Walker and she just keeps on getting better. I loved this book and once I started it, I didn’t put it down until I finished it. This was a fantastic
LibraryThing Review EMMA IN THE NIGHT by Wendy Walker This psychological thriller held my attention during the read, but two days after finishing it I have completely forgotten it. Two sisters disappear one night and
LibraryThing Review This was a rather interesting book focused on a family led by a narcissistic mother. Two teenagers disappeared 3 years ago, one has returned and the search for the other one ensues. We uncover a
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