Wrong Number – Review
by: Carys Jones
Published: December 1, 2016
A missing husband. Mysterious calls. And the biggest lie of them all.
Read with caution – you may never want to answer your phone again…
Will and Amanda Thorne are living the dream until, one day, their phone rings. Within 24 hours, Will is missing and Amanda’s world is shattered. Who was on the phone? Where has Will gone?
Amanda is determined to find her husband and is drawn into a world of drug dealers, criminal masterminds and broken promises.
As the truth becomes clearer, she has to face the terrible possibility that she may never have known her husband at all..
Wow. I was hooked from the beginning!
This was an interesting insight into receiving a wrong number phone call. I am loving how this genre is receiving more and more attention. They are addicting!
Jones did a wonderful job at keeping the reader captivated. Amanda seems to think she has the most perfect life. She has a wonderful, doting husband; a cushy job with flexible hours; an immaculate house. But it is all a ruse. This book is full of characters you can relate to and is realistic at every turn!
What would you do if suddenly you found out your entire marriage was a lie? Would you go to the ends of the earth, down a rabbit hole – through the darknet, to find what you thought was perfect?
Ahh, I was left with so many questions! I like how Jones concluded the story, but I need more! The sequel needs to come out faster!
*I voluntarily read/reviewed an advanced reader copy, provided by NetGalley.
- January 12, 2017
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