Great read aside from my mild dislike for Lo who tended to annoy me, making it really difficult to connect with her character. However, the story and the plot had me guessing up until the end. The narrator is by far one of my favorites ever since The Death of Mrs. Westaway. Her voice and her ability to make each character sound different is fantastic. Recommended read indeed!
I agree with other readers, I didn’t like the main character until her empathy toward the end of the book, before that she seemed to whine a bit too much and not able too cope too well, but you do learn a bit about that later in the book. Good suspense, that was enjoyed.
The narrator did a fine job reading. I only disliked her “Judah” voice. This was so well written. I was engaged the entire way through. I especially enjoyed the clever twist at the very end. Well done Ms. Ware. Looking forward to reading more of her work.
Not a very likeable main character, rather than feeling empathy I was exasperated with her. Excellent narrator.
I loved this story. What an ending!
I prefer a more likeable main character, but it was still suspenseful.
Good suspense story!
Kevin A. I agree, the first chapters of the book dragged on way too long, but as the story developed it had all the Agatha Christie suspense. The details of the characters and the Norway scenery were great...Make sure you listen to the last five minutes of the book. Great Summer Read!
Great story! Excellent plot line and really nice details of the characters and scenery. Highly recommend. The narrator is spot-on!
Keeps you engaged, and sometimes at the edge of your seat.
Ruth Ware grew up in Sussex, on the south coast of England. After graduating from Manchester University she moved to Paris, before settling in North London. She has worked as a waitress, a bookseller, a teacher of English as a foreign language, and a press officer. Despite being married with two small children, she has found the time to write her second psychological thriller, "The Woman in Cabin 10, "available July 2016.