Something in the Water - Catherine Steadman

Something in the Water

By Catherine Steadman

  • Release Date: 2018-06-05
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Something in the Water book review score

4 Score: 4 (From 117 Ratings)

Something in the Water Catherine Steadman Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

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User reviews about this book

  • Good interesting read!

    By Verbose Boss
    It’s always iffy holding a writer’s first book in your hands, but this one is astonishingly good. I had to keep myself from jumping ahead in my mind to finish the storyline, and I couldn’t because she always tweaked it one-off from my imagination. I can see how it will make an excellent movie as it reads somewhat like a screenplay, and there’s nothing wrong with that, since she is an actress, too. I am looking forward to more books from Ms. Fox...

    By Brad mom
    Great read that kept me up late at night. Loved Erin. Loved the settings in the book. Bora Bora, England. A thriller and a love story that surprises at the ending. Keep writing!
  • Review

    By llarese13
    I loved it and will miss the characters.
  • Not the best

    By nhgfvb
    The main character is kind of dumb, so much so that she’s unlikable. I was so bored that I didn’t even care how it ended. The best part of the book was the first chapter and that’s it.
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  • Major Disappointment

    By stellamaree
    Plot was not credible. I will not list all the plot twists that were not plausible, so as to not ruin it for others, who might believe that anything they read is possible.
  • Scintillating!

    By mamameeyah
    I almost literally couldn’t put this book down. The characters were relatable and well-developed; the plot twists were often unexpected, even for this mystery lover; and Catherine Steadman’s writing is clear and evocative, painting the perfect backdrop for the reader as we get eagerly sucked into Erin and Mark’s life. Now to figure out how to re-enter my life without this book to keep by my side!
  • How well do we really know those closest to us?

    By Lisa Bateman
    I REALLY wanted to love this book from the moment I read the discription. And it did start off with a bang. Erin and Mark are just getting married and have been together a while, doing lots of things as a happy couple. They go to Bora Bora on their honeymoon. Erin is telling the story. It starts off with her digging a grave, telling how she wonders how deep it needs to be. She’s burying her husband. Next we are taken back to where it all began, before the wedding. This is great, I’m thinking. But it got so weighed down with her droning on and on. I found myself skipping through parts of it around 30% of the book. I think it was mainly because I wasn’t crazy about the characters. Erin was so annoying. Mark was ok but not as developed as I would’ve liked. That being said, if you have the patience to wade through all the details, the ending will knock your socks off. The beginning and ending are wonderful. So intense. It makes you wonder just how well you really know someone.
  • Something In the Water

    By Lot 18
    Nice job!
  • It was alright

    By tnadag25
    Slow to develop. Was expecting everything to wrap up and connect a little more at the end. Such a disappointment in my option.

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