“No shit,” he said.
WEEEEEEEEEE! WEEE WEEE WEEE WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!
WARNING: IF YOU ARE A GIF HATER, RUN LIKE HELL AWAY FROM THIS REVIEW
Welcome to Wayward Pines, an idyllic town in Idaho filled with neighbors who welcome newcomers with open arms . . .
and where there are plenty of adorable children ready to make new friends . . .
The only catch? Once you get here you can never leave . . .
Even your best Tom Cruise run won’t get you out of this place . . .
And if the townsfolk get wind you trying to move away??? Don’t even bother putting your clothes on. Just get to getting . . .
This is one of those books that you should know almost nothing about going in. If this is on your TBR and you notice a spoilery friend reading it, you should
Pines was part . . .
part . . .
and part . . .
I had Pines on my TBR for quite some time now, but the library didn’t have a copy and the price point for Kindle was a little steep for my cheap ass when it came to an author I had never read before. I should have forked over the $$$$ (and will be doing so for the rest of the series). This was a non-stop thrill ride from the first page all the way to the last. Hands down the best suspense I’ve read this year and it gets ALL the stars.
Copy provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.