Monday, November 28, 2016
The Silent Wife (book review)
I recently finished The Silent Wife and although it wasn't suggested by anyone I thought I would share a summary and review the book for anyone interested.
The Silent Wife by A.S.A Harrison is a entertaining thriller. It is a book you need to read to the end and you will want to read to the end.
The book has two main charters Jodi and Todd. Both are successful professionals. Living together in a gorgeous home with waterfront views. She keeps the house clean and has dinner ready for him every night. He comes home and half recognizes and appreciates her. She knows this in the back of her mind but accepts it without putting up too much of a fight.
I will not ruin the book for you but urge you to check it out. I will however provide you with teasers. How do you feel when your husband goes fishing for the weekend? What would you do if you found sleeping pills for a lady in your Husbands pocket? Revenge can be entertaining.
Jodi makes you shake your head as she see what she accepts and tolerates. Todd makes you shake your head as he does what he want with a lot of uncertainty. Sometimes I find myself daydreaming of the various situations and I read and I think cheers to you Jodi. It's not always about rooting for the girl though. The underdog gets their own set of cheerleaders too, right?
There is an affair but by a small technicality maybe not really. Someone gets pregnant, someone gets hurt but I won't tell.
What I am telling is that the movie started filming the beginning of this year and I'm going to be at the theater when it comes out!
I'm already on my next book but what are you reading or do you have any suggestions?