REVIEW: COVER STORY by SUSAN RIGETTI

Thank you to the publisher, William Morrow books, for my free copy in exchange for a review!

To read the synopsis of the book, click the following link to The StoryGraph or Goodreads to do so.

Wow, what a ride this unique book was! I read it in just over 24 hours, and as a mom of two little kids, that says something. Written in diary entries, emails, text messages, etc., this fast paced novel will keep you turning the pages rapidly from start to finish. Note that, because of the formatting, I think this book would be nearly impossible to follow on audio, so if you can get your hands on a print copy, do that!

Immediately after finishing this one, I had to call my best friend who had just read it the week before. I had so many questions, so many theories to discuss, and as we went over it, I realized that Rigetti did not miss a MARK. She did not leave a plot hole anywhere or have us wondering about anything – as long as you caught the minor details. Similarly to Netflix’s Inventing Anna, this story will have you wondering who to trust, who has a motive, and will make you want to read/watch in one sitting.

I highly recommend this one as a book club pick. This is an open a bottle of wine, grab some spinach and artichoke dip, and talk about what the heck just happened kind of story. This genre bending novel is sure to be a hit of 2022! If you would like to order a copy based off my review, please consider using my Amazon or Bookshop.org affiliate links provided. These give me a small commission at no cost to you.

Published by jennastopreading

I read a lot of books. Find me on Instagram @jennastopreading.

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