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REVIEW | Where Wisteria Falls – Chloe Openshaw

That ending! I didn’t see that coming! It was gripping and completely emotion-filled – however, it also left me with some questions about other happenings in the story (unless I misremembered them).

Lucy Lane disappeared six years ago from her grandparent’s house, and no one knows what happened that day. The family go back every summer, still holding out hope to find her, and we follow the story predominately through the experiences of her twin sister Mary – alongside snippets with her grandparents and parents, the Sergeant on the case, and the creepy next-door neighbour.

This book had me wanting to scream at the characters about what they were doing. Mary is only 10 but some of her actions frustrated me no end, but with everything in her life – I can also see why she’d also do some of them. Perry deeply disturbed me, I don’t think I need to say any more on that front. And the way Lucy’s disappearance had splintered and affected the family over the 6 years since was heartbreaking.

I’m definitely interested to see what else this author writes after reading this story!

Thank you Chloe Openshaw for kindly sending me a copy to review



2 responses to “REVIEW | Where Wisteria Falls – Chloe Openshaw”

  1. Great review!! I definitely want to read this book. I LOVE your blog! I’m trying to start a blog myself, is there any advice you can give me? I’d really appreciate it. Thanks!

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    1. Thank you! And just have fun with it – don’t let it feel like a chore. I had that happen last year, and it all fell by the wayside. ❤️

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Books and food enthusiast. I discovered a love for reading in my late teens, so you’ll see me catching up on older series quite often. I also love to travel around the UK, where I live, and picking up some crafty hobbies – I hope to share snippets of this amongst all the book content. Other interests include gaming, podcasts, drinking too much tea, and trying to personify autumn.

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