Strangers We Know By Elle Marr

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Strangers We Know By Elle Marr


Book/Novel Author: Elle Marr

Book/Novel Title: Strangers We Know



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The search for a serial killer leads a woman into the twisted tangle of her own family tree in a chilling novel by the #1 Amazon Charts bestselling author of The Missing Sister and Lies We Bury.Adopted when she was only days old, Ivy Hon knows little about her lineage. But when she’s stricken with a mystery illness, the results of a genetic test to identify the cause attract the FBI. According to Ivy’s DNA, she’s related to the Full Moon Killer, who has terrorized the Pacific Northwest for decades. Ivy is the FBI’s hope to stop the enigmatic predator from killing again.When an online search connects Ivy with her younger cousin, she heads to rural Rock Island, Washington, to meet the woman. Motivated by a secret desire to unmask a murderous relative, Ivy reaches out to what’s left of a family of strangers.Discovering her mother’s tragic fate and her father’s disappearance is just the beginning. As Ivy ventures into a serial killer’s home territory, she realizes that she may be the next victim of poisonous blood ties.
This was such a work of unbelievable nonsense. Again I ask, where was the editor. Just insipid, ridiculous dialogue and events. I kept reading in hopes there would be some kind of real story or redemption for the author.This was was just flat out awful. Main character was quite flaky, her interactions with others were flimsy and artificial.This was just atrocious. Where are the editors????

Reading this book kept me on the edge of my seat. Its like I was there with Ivy. She went thru a hell of a time. The way everything tied together in the end was magnificent.*POSSIBLE SPOILERS AHEAD*I never would have suspected Aggie. Though I do wish there had been another meeting between Ivy and Lottie. Their last encounter was sour. I’d also like to have known what happened with the (fake) FBI agent, that guy was unhinged (understandable but… Yikes).Ivy grew so much as a character and showed how resilient she is. I’m glad she found some peace in the end but I could definitely read more. ♥
I started reading this one with hopes that it would prove to be worthy of the reviews. Guess what? It was not. The plot was stupid and poorly researched. The last quarter of the book was basically cleaning up the many, many plot holes with silly and unbelievable explanations. It is easy to tell that the story got away from the writer and she did not know how to rein it in. Maybe her 7th grade English teacher could have helped her. Skip this one.
I struggled to get through this book. It was really slow in places. I generally like to finish a book once I start it but I was tempted a few times to stop reading it.
The writing is was immature. The main character, Ivy was able to do improbable things without the reader having read earlier how she acquired her talents. The whole story was unlikely I only read through to the end to find out who the bad guys were.


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