“what if I ended up split down the middle when the train divided, living two lives, each diverging from the other all the time, growing further and further apart from the me I should have become?”
I’m a sucker for books set in London and the English country side. Honestly, the setting does much to create the plot of this subtle, nuanced tale. The characters and intrigue do not disappoint, nor do the literary skills of my new favorite author, Ruth Ware. My only criticism is the attempted plot twist at the end. Anyway, read it.
I just deleted the Magpie Murders off my TBR – the characters seemed slightly flat in the sample. So, book number two is The Witch Elm by Tana French.
Happy winter reading!
2 thoughts on “Book #1 of 2019”
I just read my first book by Ruth Ware called the Death of Mrs. Westaway and I really enjoyed it. I’m looking forward to reading this one and The Woman in Cabin 10.
I love her!!!