Review: Final Girls

Feb 17, 2020

Final Girls Final Girls by Riley Sager
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book had me hooked at first but then in the middle it slowed down and I caught myself almost DNFing it but I held on. I am glad I did.

I really enjoyed this book but however, I think I predicted who the Killer was from the front of the book. HOWEVER, that did not detour me from enjoying this book and seeing how the twist was in there.

Quincy Carpenter experienced was there when the killer hit Pine Cottage and she cant remember what has happened that night. She only remembers before and the end but NOTHING in the middle.

She has been friends with a few people along the way that have suffered the same thing she has gone through and they survived. They are all the only ones that survived and hence the name "The Final Girls."

However, one of the girls commits suicided and Quincy just doesn't understand what happened. But after receiving an email from Lisa the day before Lisa died with a warning, it has Quincy concerned.

Once Katie shows up looking for Quincy and trying to see how she is dealing with the death of Lisa, things begin to go down hill.

Katie doesn't know who she can trust and with warnings from the reporter and her Fiancé, Jeff, that is an attorney - she doesn't know who she can trust.

There are some twist in that had me guessing my first thought but at the end of the book I was correct but it still made this book fun to read. However, I do feel like we had a lot of filler in the middle that could have been left out but it still made the book interesting.

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