Monday, 15 May 2017

Book Review: The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware

This May I joined an online book club so thought I would share my thoughts on our first book namely The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware.

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Lo Blacklock is a journalist who is trying to make her mark in the industry. She gets a "career-changing" offer and takes it, determined to succeed. How can she refuse spending time on a luxury liner with the rich and known?

Trauma, alcohol and lack of sleep starts her trip off on a "bad" foot as she realises she is a fish out of water on this trip. Lo has no idea how "out of water" she really is when she sees who lives in Cabin 10 and hears a splash in the middle of the night, noticing a blood smear on the glass next door.

Worried, confused and under the influence, Lo looks for help and answers as she wants to know what happened. Where is the girl from Cabin 10? How does she just disappear being surrounded by water?

Hot chocolate, pyjamas and a quiet Sunday afternoon is the best setting for reading this book. I enjoyed this book however it took to grip me and for me to get into the story. A few twists and turns kept me reading but was a little disappointed with the ending.  Overall, still worth reading.

To purchase a copy, please click on: The Woman in Cabin 10

Until next month my Bookworms, stay warm and keep reading!

With love,
The Bookworm Buddy

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