Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Sharp Objects

Gillian Flynn is a master at creating uncomfortable situations, and Sharp Objects is definitely uncomfortable. Camille Preaker is a reporter that is sent to cover the murder of a young girl in her hometown. Camille is alienated from her Southern Belle mother and younger half-sister but returns home to research the murders. Camille makes some very stupid decisions and the plot is rather predictable, but the writing and story are interesting, engrossing, and uncomfortable. If you can handle the discomfort and enjoyed Gone Girl, you will like this book.

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