Not my favorite in the Will Trent series. I did enjoy learning more of his background as well as Amanda‘s. Still would give this a pick because it‘s well written and Karin Slaughter knows how to tell a story. 🤗
But also... can we talk about how bummed I was during my morning commute when I thought I had plenty of book left and BOOM - the ending and acknowledgements came out of nowhere.
I mean seriously - is that not a huge chunk of pages left?! (I'm mostly just mad at myself for not having the next book in the series on me 😭)
Funny story: Went to grab dinner on my last night in SF and ended up at a communal table at this really yummy restaurant. I pulled out a new Slaughter to read while waiting for my food (shocker, I know ?). At some point, the lady across from me says "Good book? I'm looking for a new thriller", which led to me raving about every single one of Karin's books and ended with her and her friend ordering Blindsighted online.
My work here is done ?
What a great thriller with some time travel to the 70's Atlanta. It just gets better with #karinslaughter. Feat.: My beloved and always missed Perséfone 🐶
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This was my first Karin Slaughter novel. I found out half way through this book that it is part of a series but it stood alone just fine and I LOVED it!! I am definitely going to go back and read the rest. I could not put it down. 😆
I started reading Karin Slaughter‘s books last year and I have loved every single one so far! And her books are full of so many #Criminal activities I‘m just glad I don‘t live in Grant County !🕵🏻♀️
Book haul from library book sale. $18.00! Yes!
Oh man, SO good. Lots of secrets revealed, relationships explained, puzzle pieces put into place. Some parts were really hard to read. But I really love Sara and how good she is for Will; of course Will is good for Sara, too. I can't wait to see where their relationship goes next. In the end, this might rank with Indelible as my favorite of Slaughter's book.
About halfway through, trying to figure out the plot twists. Loving it so far, especially the flashbacks to the '70's; I find myself cringing at times, but also marveling at Karin Slaughter's ability to capture that time without seeing it through the lens of contemporary political correctness. And, let me just say that the more I read about him, the more I love Will both because he is so broken and because he doesn't let that define him.
Settling back into this; Olympics on in the background and my favorite reading companion keeping me pinned to the couch.