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The Wild Ladies by Phoebe Morgan

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Secrets and lies

Phoebe Morgan's Wild Girls are an obsessive psychological tension that I just couldn't get rid of and that I read in just one session.

The reader is aware from the beginning that something happened in the past to destroy a close friendship of four girls. At the beginning of the novel, the four friends begin a vacation to revive their friendship. It's a dream scenario, but the nightmare is just beginning.

The novel is written from the perspective of the four people and has two periods – "now" and "before". As the story progresses, the reader tries to join the dots – and we all know how good I am at it. I failed (again!)

As the action unfolds, the atmosphere becomes creepier. Suspicion and tension are omnipresent. The reader realizes that everyone is hiding something and everything is not what it seems.

There are some deep obsessions in history. When love is an obsession it can easily be twisted. The lines between fact and fiction are blurring – whose version will you believe?

The Wild Girls was a really wonderful read. Phoebe Morgan is the master of her craft and I can't wait to get more from her.

I received this book for free. A positive rating was not required and all views expressed are my own.

JULIA WILSON

This entry was posted in Mass Market Fiction on April 15, 2021 and tagged Book Review, Harper Collins, Headquarters, Phoebe Morgan, The Wild Girls. Bookmark the permalink.

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