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Little Secrets

(Spoiler Free)

Jennifer HillierThriller
Psychological Fiction

Dear Diary,

THIS BOOK WAS AMAZING. I have been dying for a 5 star read and finallyyyy got one.

It begins when a parent’s worst nightmare comes true: the disappearance of their child. It is a heartbreaking story of grief, loss, and secrets that are beneath this family.

Go into this book blind! It’ll catch you by surprise and keep you wanting to read more. This is one of my fastest reads lately because this page turner truly captivates you from the beginning. You get hooked. You cannot resume doing your basic things.

Writing, pacing, story-building, ending, twists and surprises (some of them could be foreseen but they were still amazing) are intriguingly stunning and excitingly gripping. Seeing the way everything connects at the end was a jaw-dropping feeling, and felt really satisfying as a reader.

I hated most of the characters yet I loved reading about them! The main character Marin is very human and relatable. While I didn’t agree with everything she was doing, it was a true representation that humans have flaws and make mistakes, making her so connectable.

It’s hard to talk about without giving the story away, especially with all the twists and turns. All you need to know is that this story was fantastic. I loved how this story was written. I was so engaged the entire time! I find with thrillers that I am often just dying to find out what happened at the end of the book and I’m not enjoying the story that gets me there. But for this book I LOVED the journey. There was so much to unpack the entire time that I was so entertained and satisfied with enjoyment. I need to read more books by Jennifer!

“Hope only lasts so long, can carry you only so far. It’s both a blessing and a curse. Sometimes it’s all you have. It keeps you going when there’s nothing else to hold on to. But hope can also be terrible. It keeps you wanting, waiting, wishing for something that might never happen. It’s like a glass wall between where you are and where you want to be. You can see the life you want, but you can’t have it. You’re a fish in a bowl”

Jennifer Hillier

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