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review À The Last House Guest 107 ´ A Reese Witherspoon x Hello Sunshine Book Club Pick and New York Times bestseller “Once again Megan Miranda has crafted the perfect summer thriller” —Riley Sager New York Times bestselling author of The Last Time I Lied The summer after a wealthy young summer guest dies under suspicious circumstances her bTowns an ideal vacation enclave for the wealthy whose summer homes line the coastline; and a simple harbor community for the year round residents whose livelihoods rely on service to the visitors Typically fierce friendships never develop between a local and a summer girl but that’s just what happens with visitor Sadie Loman and Littleport resident Avery Greer Each summer for almost a decade the girls are inseparable until Sadie is found dead While the police rule the death a suicide Avery can’t help but feel there are those in the community including a local detective and Sadie’s brother Parker who blame he. Dull and Dreary The Last House Guest is a slow burn mystery about a girl from the wrong side of the tracks whose world is shattered when her best friend is found dead of an apparent suicide Littleport Maine is a town built on a class divide between the townies and wealthy vacationers After a rich girl kills herself her best friend begins to uestion the events that led up to the suicide Alternating timelines from the past and present lead to secrets being unearthedI had such high hopes for this book I knew going in it wasn’t going to be All the Missing Girlsand I tried to lower my expectations but I apparently didn’t lower them enough My issues started right off the bat when just couldn’t connect with Avery who is the narrator of The Last House Guest I actually pushed this book to the side and started reading another When I came back to it the second time around I actually liked it than when I initially started reading it I slowly started to connect with the narrative but I was never able to fully immerse myself in the world of Littleport The Last House Guest is lacking in tension suspense drama finesse and depth I needed I was expecting However this is not a total failure The foundation is there but overall it felt incomplete There are times when the mystery is intriguing and some of the revelations about Avery’s past made me want to know about Avery in the present At the same time I was never able to get fully pulled into the story I didn't care enough to about the characters but I did care enough to finish the book and see how things would play out It got better towards the end but then it all crashed and burned once again in the final pages I received an ARC of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review

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R Someone knows than they’re saying and Avery is intent on clearing her name before the facts get twisted against her Another thrilling novel from the bestselling author of All the Missing Girls and The Perfect Stranger Megan Miranda’s The Last House Guest is a smart twisty read with a strong female protagonist determined to make her own way in the world “A riveting readfrom master of suspense Megan Miranda” Mary Kubica New York Times bestselling author of The Good Girl The Last House Guest is a smart twisty read that brilliantly explores the elusive nature of memory and the complexities of female friendshi. 3 ⭐️⭐️⭐️ for this slow burn mystery about a girl whose world is shattered when her best friend is found dead of an apparent suicideThis book had so much promise I was drawn to the plot immediately Avery Greer a townie girl with a troubled past is essentially taken in by Sadie Loman the daughter of an affluent vacation family in Maine The girls are inseparable for decades Avery becomes enmeshed within the Loman family and their business overseeing their properties in town All is perfect in Avery's world until the summer Sadie dies Even though her death was ruled a suicide Avery feels the suspicion and blame cast on her Avery is determined to find out what happened to her best friend Was Sadie's life as picture perfect as it seemed What secrets was she harboring that drove her to suicide Told in alternating timelines between the past and present we put the pieces together surrounding Sadie's death with Avery While The Last House Guest was filled with mystery secrets lies and deceit it left me wanting It just never had that wow factor for me The story was good but I never really felt connected with the characters They were almost too cliche the poor girl with the troubled past the rebellious rich girl the rich playboy the domineering callous matriarch and the money hungry patriarch The whole thing had a Lifetime movie vibe that I just didn't fully buy into It's not one that stands out from the crowd I didn't hate it I just wasn't love it either

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The Last House GuestA Reese Witherspoon x Hello Sunshine Book Club Pick and New York Times bestseller “Once again Megan Miranda has crafted the perfect summer thriller” Riley Sager New York Times bestselling author of The Last Time I Lied The summer after a wealthy young summer guest dies under suspicious circumstances her best friend lives under a cloud of grief and suspicion in this “clever stylish mystery that will seize readers like a riptide” Publishers Weekly starred review featuring “dizzying plot twists and multiple surprise endings” The New York Times Book Review Littleport Maine has always felt like two separate. This is my second book by the author and I have to say she's great at creating small town with lots of secrets It was a very uick and easy beach read even happens in a beach town Compelling enough to finish it but not enough that you'll skip on your vacation to stay in your room to read itIt's also probably one of the best covers I've seen this year The colors the view through the window and the 3D rain drops were a nice touchWith that said I did feel like the characters were uick to confess every details to each other and most of the twists were easy to see coming a few pages before the main character figured them outI would recommend if you're looking for a uick fun summer read