Into the Water
By Paula Hawkins
- Release Date: 2017-05-02
- Genre: Literary
Into the Water Paula Hawkins Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
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Inferior Reading Material
Don’t even try it without a cheat sheet of characters. Poor to no character development, dreary, lackluster plot development. I give it a 1-star since there’s no half. Wasted time and money.
Into the water
By luvme some reads
This book had too many characters and it was very hard to follow. I am will stop reading it, but kept hoping it would get better, but it didn’t. The ending was very dull. Don’t waste Your money or time on this book. Very disappointed
I loved it
By Mazerunner 🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗
I don’t get why people r saying it was confusing and hard to read Becuz it wasn’t they clearly weren’t focused on the book. It’s my favorite book ever. The ending was the best part. It’s a perfect ending. It was NEVER boring .
Eh. I feel like I can’t properly critique this one, because I was expecting so much more after reading The Girl on the Train. Interesting plot and a few good characters, but I felt like the multiple points of view were unnecessary. It would definitely be better as a TV series, I think.
I had a problem with the constant change in narration and it was a bit confusing. A disappointment since I liked Girl on The Train so much.
By lady uphoff
Left nothing to be desired, even with balancing so many different characters and their unique voices. I could not put this book down, a must read for any thriller novel enthusiast.
Definitely a book that kept me wanting more, I was just a bit disappointed with the way it turned out in the end. I was hoping for more.
By Tailboard trash x3
Intriguing read that dives into those family relationships that shape our lives good or bad and the secrets that drive us apart. It's a good lesson in saying what needs to be said because tomorrow may be too late. Also just an edge on your seat who-dune-it that will keep you up late delving into each page until the author ever so gently whispers the truth
Was so disappointed in this book, especially after all the hype surrounding it. Too many characters to keep track of and I just couldn't get into it like Girl On The Train.
A bit all over the place
I patiently followed each of the story lines, often referencing the table of contents to make sure I kept track of the characters. The more I read, the more I stopped caring about any of them and resigned myself to the "big twist" that was sure to come in the end. When I got there, sadly enough, I didn't even care. A tolerable read.