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The Woman in Cabin 10
By Ruth Ware
Published 26th January 2017
OK - This is a psychological thriller, so be prepared for a white knuckle ride!
What’s it about? - The story is set in modern day on a cruiseship, when a young woman goes missing.
What can you say about the story telling? - I was immediately drawnin to the story. It’s a fast paced page turner. I was definitely hooked – I just had to know what happened in the end.
What did you think of thecharacterisation? - Strong, believable characters. The main character is called Lo, and I felt her pain.
What was good about reading this book? – I have recently discovered cruising and love it, so I identified with life on the ship. I like stories that are realistic and this story is very plausible. I love crimestories .
What didn’t you like? – Nothing really. I liked the way the author told the story and the ending was not a disappointment.
How did reading the book make you feel? – It brought back my own memories of cruise holidays, so it gave me thefeel good factor. I also hadn’t realised how common serious crime can be on board a cruise ship! I was frightened, and like Lo, I couldn’t understand what was going on. The intrigue and suspense was huge. If I can get this from a book, I am in heaven, but in fact it rarely happens!
Would you recommend this book? – Yes. It’s easy to read, a good story and well told.
Daisy Mae x x
4 out of 5 daisies!