'Dark, disturbing, and compulsively readable’ Ruth Ware, bestselling author of In a Dark, Dark Wood and The Woman in Cabin 10 Nothing burns as bright as the truth. It has been ten years since Abby Williams left home and scrubbed away all evidence of her small town roots. Now working as an environmental lawyer in Chicago, she has a thriving career, a modern apartment, and her pick of meaningless one-night stands. But when a new case takes her back home to Barrens, Indiana, the life Abby painstaki...
I freakin loved the hell out of this book. I couldn’t put it down. My husband definitely got a few of those leave me alone, I’m reading glares.
I had a few theories early on. I was right about a few, and wrong about the rest, which is perfect to me. I like to think I have everything figured out, but I love it when I’m wrong.
It even had a decent plot twist at the end. I knew something weird was going on, but not that.
I loved Abby Williams. While my high school experience wasn’t quite as rough as hers, I could definitely relate to the small town bullying.