Verity by @colleenhoover ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ My thoughts: WOW!! Honestly5/25/2021, 6:32:36 PM
Verity by @colleenhoover ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ My thoughts: WOW!! Honestly I put off reading this because I thought it was overhyped and I knew the author was known for romance. But after seeing it all over bookstagram and having it recommended by @juliawreads and @yuki .reads I gave in. Boy am I glad I did! I absolutely LOVED this book. It was dark, twisty, and honestly one of the best books I’ve read in a while, and I am a huge thriller junkie! It starts with an intense opening line and I was on the edge of my seat the whole time. I wanted to keep reading rather than go to bed! I really liked how it rotated between Lowen’s perspective in the present and Verity’s manuscript. One of the characters is one of the most evil and unlikeable characters in literature I’ve encountered recently, and although I thought I knew where the book was going, I did NOT see the twist at the end coming. I can’t want to read more of Colleen Hoover! I’ve recommended this to so many people- @courtneymelisssa devoured it in Cabo and @lauren .m.rubio is currently reading. If you haven’t read this yet, wtf are you doing?! “One should walk away from an autobiography with, at best, an uncomfortable distaste for its author. I will deliver.” Synopsis: A struggling writer (Lowen) gets a job offer to finish the remaining books of a successful author’s (Verity) series because she was in an accident and unable to finish the series. While working on the books, Lowen discovers a manuscript of Verity’s autobiography full of chilling confessions. Is this a tale of an unreliable narrator or is there something suspicious about Verity’s condition? Question: What was the last book you read with a twist you didn’t see coming?