Source: provided by the author for an honest review
Date read: October 12, 2013
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You wake up in the morning to discover that you have been sealed into your home. The doors are locked, the windows are barred. THERE'S NO WAY OUT.Thoughts on Strangers: I'm still trying to work my head around the twists and turns of this book and it's been nearly 24 hours since I finished it. I almost don't even know where to begin with my dissection of the plot. Because -- holy smokes -- there's a WHOLE LOT that happens.
A madman is playing a deadly game with you and your family. A game with no rules, only consequences. So what do you do? Do you run? Do you hide?
OR DO YOU DIE?
How about this -- It's incredibly, wonderfully creepy. We get blood and death and SECRETS that spill across the pages. We get a shadowy individual who is so tangled up in the Hughes' lives that they can't make a move without him knowing about it. That right there might be the creepiest thing of all.
This person knows everything about them. He knows them better than they know themselves. I can't imagine anything more terrifying.
Unless it's being trapped in my own house with a madman on the loose.
But, really, what are the chances of THAT happening?
Twisty, twisty, twisty with a side order of twist. Like I said, I'm still thinking about it a day later. Also, I might sleep with the lights on tonight.