The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn

4.5/5 stars

Fiction – Suspense

Anna Fox lives a lonely life inside her four-story home. A home she never leaves. A home from where she regularly watches her neighbors’ lives through her window. One night, shortly after a new family moves in across the park, Anna sees something horrifying. As she tries to sort out what she saw, she begins to question what is real and what isn’t, who is lying and who isn’t.

Wow, I really enjoyed this book! It has definite similarities to The Girl on the Train, but it has enough differences that I wasn’t at all bothered by it. My overview of the book above may seem vague, but there is so much great content in this book that I don’t want to give away. I think you’re better off going into it knowing very little. The super-short chapters and page-turning suspense make it an overall quick read. There are so many twists in this book, and I don’t think I saw any of them coming. If you are looking for a book to really pull you in, this could be it! I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.

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