The Perfect Stranger: A Novel - Megan Miranda

 

FEATURING

 
Mystery
Crime Fiction
New Girl In A Small Town
Past & Present
The MC Has My Name


With Audio Performed by Rebekkah Ross 
 
 
LINK TO SYNOPSIS (AUTHOR'S WEBSITE)
 
 

MY RATING⇢ 2.3 STARS | GRADE D+



 
 

 

MY THOUGHTS

 
While the mystery was a unique one, it was delivered so tediously, with constant time jumps, that flipped from one to the other with barely a breath in between.  Added to that were the many characters to keep track of and I found myself not able to engage in this mystery by Megan Miranda.

This is my second book by her, the other one being Come Find Me...which I did like, so I will probably give her books another try in the future.  With a high number of three-ish star ratings for this book...I was expecting to like this more than everyone else...and I actually liked it less than...just goes to show you never can tell how you feel about a book based off reviews alone.  When it comes to mysteries, it all comes down to what your mind lets you believe.  The narration by Rebekkah Ross was also a little lacking or maybe just annoying after a while of listening to her.  Meh, I don't know...
 
 
 

THE BREAKDOWN⇢  

 
Plot 2.5/5
Narration Performance 4/5
Characters 2.5/5
The Feels 1.5/5
Pacing 2.5/5
Addictiveness 3/5
Mysteriousness 2.5/5
Flow (Writing Style) 1.5/5
Backdrop (World Building) 3/5
Originality 3/5
Ending 2.7/5
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Book Cover I love the purple sky!
Setting Pennsylvania
Source Libby Audiobook (Library)
Length 9 hours, 43 minutes