This book will have you on an emotional roller coaster. Emotional devastation or not, I can assure you that it’s well worth the read.
Usually within the first few chapters of a book, I can tell whether or not I’m going to love it, or if I’m going to leave it on my bookshelf to collect dust. This book will not be collecting any dust!
There was some seriously good wisdom sprinkled throughout this book, so I’ve picked out some quotes that might make you feel less anxious – they might also make you feel more anxious (I’m sorry if they do).
While this book is clearly titled The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue, you will find that Addie LaRue and her story is anything but forgettable, and she is anything but invisible.
I have some good news. This beautiful book, written by the lovely Sophie Cousens, will temporarily take you out of 2020.
After reading The Sun Down Motel, I’ve decided that the only thing motels are good for is as a setting to any horror-thriller book or movie. That’s it. I’m never staying at a motel ever. Seeing as this book is a thriller, the whole creepy motel vibe really works.
I read this book in one day. I picked it up one Saturday morning, and told myself I’d only spend a few hours reading, but instead I finished it. Oops!
The other night I was on one of my daily walks just minding my own business, thinking about my life, and jamming out to some tunes, when out of nowhere I’m thinking about serial killers.
If you are a fan of suspense/thriller books then be ready to read this book from start to finish with no breaks.
Caution: if you’re going to read this book make sure you have a tissue box with you. Otherwise, your book pages will get stained from the heavy stream of tears you will undoubtedly shed whilst reading.