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We Were Never Here: The addictively twisty Reese Witherspoon Book Club pick soon to be a major Netflix film Kindle Edition
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A book that skillfully examines toxic friendship at its most extreme ― New York Times Book Review
Tense and original . . . Genuinely mind-blowing twists. Completely addictive ― Stylist
My God, [Bartz] is SO GOOD at building that tense oh-no-what-have-I-done queasy energy! Zippy, nervy and so thoughtful and current on women's safety -- Harriet Walker, author of The New Girl and The Wedding Night
Incredibly tense and atmospheric, We Were Never Here explores the nuances of memory, the secrets that bind a friendship-and those that threaten to tear them apart. Andrea Bartz delivers a sharp, unsettling thriller about power, obsession, and the inescapable grip of the past -- Megan Miranda, New York Times bestselling author of All the Missing Girls
Andrea Bartz has proven herself a master of the timely literary thriller ― BuzzFeed
[A] riveting psychological thriller... Suspense fans will look forward to seeing more from this talented author ― Publishers Weekly
Exhilarating ... Bartz's writing will keep readers on their toes, questioning everything and looking for hidden meanings...A slow-burn thriller that gradually suffocates both the protagonist and the reader-in a good way ― Kirkus
Intelligent, methodical ... Emily and Kristen [would] be right at home in a Hitchcock psychological thriller. A terrific novel, blending the Hitchockian elements with a touch of Patricia Highsmith ― Booklist (Starred Review)
Whether you're planning far-flung summer travels or kicking it closer to home, you're going to need a great beach read-and that's where We Were Never Here comes in. [A] twisty thriller ― PopSugar.com
An eerie psychological thriller ... with alluring locales, Hitchcokcian tension, and possibly the best pair of female leads since Thelma and Louise ― BookPage
Bartz takes the idea of a 'frenemy' to new heights in her third thriller, yet another expert vivisection of female modes of communication and competition ― Los Angeles Times
This thriller has a premise that will pique any mystery-loving traveler's interest: two best friends embark on their annual reunion trip, only to have it go murderously awry. Bartz's evocative descriptions of destinations as varied as Chile and Cambodia pulled me in immediately, but it was the way she ratcheted up the tension by dropping clues about the duo's murky past that kept me rapt until the end ― Travel + Leisure
This smartly written psychological thriller will leave you all tingly ― Reader's Digest
Bartz, once again, creates a thrilling tale about a friend group in flux ― OprahDaily.com
The ultimate story of toxic female friendships, a theme Andi Bartz pulls off exquisitely her previous novels. This one is pulse-pounding with secrets, lies, and friends who trust too much ― CrimeReads.com
Sustains its thriller atmosphere with a well-drawn dynamic between co-dependent friends who alternate from deep trust to vicious suspicion ― Milwaukee Magazine
We Were Never Here is an observant, suspenseful, and deeply scary novel, a psychological thriller that looks at the tight bonds of friendship and asks where they strangle, where they break -- Steph Cha, author of Your House Will Pay
We Were Never Here is somehow both cinematic in scope and also claustrophobic and unnerving. It's a novel that explores the dangers that lurk in beautiful places, the manipulation of memories, and the friendship ties that don't just bind us, but can strangle us -- Tara Laskowski, award-winning author of One Night Gone and The Mother Next Door
I absolutely loved We Were Never Here ... chock-full of twists and turns that surprise and titillate. I was so enthralled, I carried the book around the house, reading as I walked to the kitchen to make some tea and even while folding the laundry. It's been years since I last read-walked! -- Daniela Petrova, author of Her Daughter’s Mother
[Bartz] has an incredible talent for writing complicated characters, complex relationships, unnerving situations, and palpable tension-and making them all work together ― HelloGiggles.com --This text refers to the paperback edition.
From the Publisher
- ASIN : B09BBZNCHR
- Publisher : Penguin (3 August 2021)
- Language : English
- File size : 5815 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 306 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 0241557658
- Best Sellers Rank: 78 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Predictable, read it all before . Picked up on plot and no surprises went exactly where
I thought it would. Mills and Boone.
Top reviews from other countries
The story follows main character Emily and her friend Kristen, starting with a holiday together in Chile which takes a fatal turn.
This book had me gripped! I couldn’t believe the twists and turns throughout. I felt like I was being gaslighted myself as the story unfolded and I kept questioning where it was going to go. Towards the end of the book I was with Kirsty while I was reading it so she can testify to the numerous gasps as the narrative which had been building throughout reached its final crescendo.
I always say I want to read more thrillers and this really given me that boost to read more! Have you read this one? Or any other of the recent picks from Reese’s book club?
Die letzten 20 % waren durchaus gelungen und spannend. Auch fand ich gegen Ende die Charakterentwicklung sinnvoll dargestellt.
Ich würde das Buch allerdings nicht empfehlen, da ich nie ins Lesen reingekommen bin. Einfach weil ich die Story unglaubwürdig finde.