Title: His and Hers
Author: Alice Feeney
Type: Thriller, Mystery
Method Read: Audio
“Nobody cares who you used to be; it’s only who you are now that counts. Like yesterday’s news, old versions of a person are easily forgotten.”
Alice Feeney-His & Hers
Anna Andrews is a TV star for BBC news and she made a lot of sacrifices to get there. When her career is threatened she’ll do anything to keep it. When a murder happens Blackdown, the town she grew up in, she is nervous to go until she finds out the victim is a childhood friend. Jack Harper is assigned to investigate the murder at Blackdown and decides to keep it a secret that he knows the victim. Soon he realizes he’s a suspect in the murder. This complex story is told in alternating points of view and will keep you guessing the entire time.
What I liked:
1. I did this one in audio and the narration was fantastic! The were three voices. One for Anna, one for Jack and one for the killer. The killer voice was set up to sound extremely creepy. All the characters and sub characters were well established. Likeable when they needed to be and vindictive when they needed to be.
2. This was pretty fast paced. The plot was fantastic and well developed. The story was dark, twisty, creepy and super fasted paced. It kept me guessing the entire time. When I finished I think my mouth hit the floor.
3. Never in my life have I wanted to reread a book immediately. When I finished I wanted to reread to see if there was something I missed. This thriller will sit with me for a long time and will be one I’ll likely read again.
What I didn’t like:
Honestly. I can’t think of anything. This story was so well done and I really enjoyed it! It’s one I am definitely going to recommend to everyone!