The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
As soon as you find out she has agoraphobia and stuck in her house, your mind starts making connections to the literary convention of the house being a metaphor for the state of the character. Idk why Fall of the House always rushes to my mind. Anyways, the first twist in the plot was given away early on when Anna would talk to her family up the stairway (to heaven). This novel is great for the Beach-Lit genre, that’s where I read it and it was indeed a page-turner. I enjoyed the descriptions and state of mind of the nutty narrator. I’ll be adding more to my blog on betosworld.com
Happy reading everyone!
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