One of my goals for 2020 is to read more. What better way than to commit to reading one book a week? 52 books in 52 weeks and I’ll be sharing every single one on the blog, every Sunday. Check in for my latest reads and recommendations.
This is my first #52booksin52weeks that is a re-read of a book I read last year. However, I needed something easy this week that I already knew I would love. Enter Cambria Brockman’s thrilling mystery.
Set at a small college, this story follows a group of friends through the perspective of a tricky, unreliable narrator. The twists and turns in this one keep you guessing til the very end. I also loved the time jumps to past memories and how the storyline unfolded as you moved chapter to chapter.
I can imagine this book engaging a younger audience- as a recent (two years ago) college grad, I made a lot of nostalgic connections. Also, as someone from a small town, I loved the way Brockman makes you feel as if you’re part of the story yourself. It’s similar to the real thing- being involved in everyone’s business and even as an outsider, knowing to much.
I think mystery is my favorite genre and these are certainly the easiest books for #52booksin52weeks because they go by so darn quickly. Tell Me Everything was certainly no different.
Wirth Rating: 9/10