The Perfect Stranger by Megan Miranda

 

April 26, 2017

I love that the main character Leah Stevens is a teacher (as I am) at least in her secondary career. I really like the premise of the book (a girl tries to erase her existence). The pace was good and I was constantly guessing throughout about who was “real” and who was “invented”. I went back and forth about who it was throughout the whole ride. I found myself a bit “confused” and not sure if Leah’s mind was playing tricks or if it was the roommate or the boyfriend or the student, and on and on.

The author kept me “wanting to know” and I was eager to learn what was going on! I was constantly trying to “solve” this mystery. How many ways could it go? Well, I could think of more than a few and this kept me reading “just one more chapter.”

At times the twists made me a little “crazy” , and the end was ….. well you’ll have to read it! I enjoyed this suspense ride and I definitely want to read more from this author!

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