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review The Widow Ó eBook or Kindle ePUB Â A Mulher A existência de Jean Taylor era de uma banalidade abençoada Uma boa casa um bom marido Glen era tudo o ue sempre desejara na vida o seu Príncipe Encantado Até ue tudo mudou O MaridoOs jornais inventaram um novo nome para Glen monstro era o ue gritavam e lhe chamavam Jean estava casada coDe ambos foi sendo escrutinada nas primeiras páginas dos jornais A ViúvaAgora Glen está morto e pela primeira vez Jean está só livre para contar a sua versão da história Jean Taylor prepara se para nos contar o ue sab. The Widow is a psychological suspense novel about Jean whose husband has died recently and now she has to decide how much to reveal about the crimes he was being investigated for The books is a good read for when you just want something light and it kept my attention but it wasn't anything special The characters were okay and you kind of know where the story is going to go as soon as you start reading it There aren't really any surprises

The WidowDe ambos foi sendo escrutinada nas primeiras páginas dos jornais A ViúvaAgora Glen está morto e pela primeira vez Jean está só livre para contar a sua versão da história Jean Taylor prepara se para nos contar o ue sab. The Widow is a psychological suspense novel about Jean whose husband has died recently and now she has to decide how much to reveal about the crimes he was being investigated for The books is a good read for when you just want something light and it kept my attention but it wasn't anything special The characters were okay and you kind of know where the story is going to go as soon as you start reading it There aren't really any surprises

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The Widow å A Mulher A existência de Jean Taylor era de uma banalidade abençoada Uma boa casa um bom marido Glen era tudo o ue sempre desejara na vida o seu Príncipe Encantado Até ue tudo mudou O MaridoOs jornais inventaram um novo. Meh This isfine but not particularly outstanding as thriller as character study or as dissection of a marriage; really it feels like it just doesn't have much to say It doesn't take long for readers to know one of the primary narrators is seriously unhinged but even that POV didn't provide much interest and it should have You could have lost the freuency of some of those other POVs without much impact too It's also remarkable how lacking in tension this felt and how facile the emotions and plot machinations And given how serious the crimes were the writing style and glossing over of certain scenarios or lack of detail often felt like a cop out There's something about the slightly arch knowing tone that rubs me the wrong way for this story too I don't mind and have enjoyed humorous or facetious treatment in other crime novels but when you're dealing with a child who's in serious danger much of my tolerance for that sort of thing goes out the window TAMPA and I HUNT KILLERS being among the rare exceptions to that statement Were you not supposed to care about the victims at all Was this supposed to feel distantoccasionally humorous On the one hand it does work in the plot's withholding key informationhalf unreliable narrator thing But on the other hand it's kind of sad I can't tell I dunno This one's gotten a lot of rave reviews thus far and is apparently poised to be a runaway hit Go ahead on without me book I like being surprised by thrillers not checking constantly to see how many pages there are until things are wrapped up free read ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB î Fiona Barton

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Fiona Barton î 3 read & download Nome para Glen monstro era o ue gritavam e lhe chamavam Jean estava casada com um homem acusado de algo impossível de imaginar E à medida ue os anos foram passando sem ualuer sinal da menina ue alegadamente raptara a vida. 35 StarsI've now listened to a uite a few audio books and I'm starting to enjoy them and There have been one or two that I didn't care for but that may have been the same if I had read the book I was intrigued when I read the description for this book However of course it had to be touted as the next GONE GIRL or GIRL ON A TRAIN I really hope they stop doing that I guess I should just be happy that the title didn't have the word GIRL in it I thought it sounded pretty interesting an electrifying thriller that will take you into the dark spaces that exist between a husband and a wifeI wouldn't say that I was electrified but I enjoyed this audio I was very impressed by the multiple narrators they were all very easy on the ears I also liked how it was clear who was speaking and what date it was This was really helpful as the story alternates back and forth from 2006 to 2010 Told from the viewpoints of The Widow Jean The Detective The Reporter The Husband Glenn and The Mother So although there were many different characters I found it easy to keep track of whose point of view it was even with the time shift The majority of the story is told from JeanJeanie Taylor's The Widow point of view Jean's husband Glenn was just killed in a freak bus accident We find out that prior to the accident Glenn was accused of kidnapping a two year old child named Bella Jeannie has stood by Glenn She may have been a bit concerned about his online actions that she calls his nonsense but he can't possibly have committed such a heinous crime because as Jeannie says Glenn loves children “The simple lies are the hardest funnily enough The big ones seem to just fall off the tongueOverall this was an enjoyable psychological suspense novel I really enjoyed hearing the story from all the different perspectives While this may not have been an extremely twisty turny read it had a good plot and flowed along at a steady pace holding my interest right up until the very end I look forward to from Fiona Barton