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Final Goodbyes: Even the people closest to us, how well do we truly know them? (English Edition) eBook Kindle
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The book started out fine however; the author kept repeating things. Maybe this was to remind you of important facts crucial to the storyline. This was so annoying that I didn't care who killed Ben and his family. I read three quarters of the book and quit. I am moving on to another book. I wish I hadn't paid for this one.
Needs to be proofread better. All in all the storyline was good and I enjoyed reading it.....
Sophie Weeks was devastated to learn that her brother and his family were murdered, but stunned when the police insinuate that her brother is their prime suspect. Involving herself into the investigation at every turn, Sophie decided to move into her brother's house, with the hopes of finding some clues that the police missed. When it become apparent to the young woman that everything is not as it appears, will Sophie be able to figure out the truth before her perceived danger becomes real?
There were both positives and negatives to Final Goodbyes. The biggest drawbacks to the book were the writing style and the constant grammar errors. Sophie's voice seemed forced, as the dialogue attributed to her seemed to be there mostly to push the story forward. The book would read better with some editing, as the reader will be able to focus fully on the story itself. As to the good points, I was impressed that the police were portrayed in such a positive light. The detective did not jump to conclusions, despite the evidence pointing in a certain direction. Sophie's mental state seemed realistic, especially for someone who had suffered so much loss in her life. Although I thought the book was entirely too short, the author was able to pack a great deal of suspense into it.
Final Goodbyes can serve as a cautionary tale, as it shows that jumping to conclusions can bring more harm than good. Readers who are new to mystery thrillers might like the chance to get their feet wet, while those who love the genre may find the book too short for their liking.
Oh what a shame! This is a book with so much promise that unfortunately goes all wrong in the end. Even with 95% read I thought it still would end with one of those surprise endings and unfortunately I was proven wrong. The story is very interesting with Sophie as the main character and her boyfriend Alan who is not portrayed as more than reliable and Sophie thinks that his job as an accountant is very boring. Not that she has such a glamorous job being a secretary in an engineering company with nowhere to go. The main story is Sophie trying to find out who killed her brother and his wife and little daughter. The daughter and her mom have been stabbed and had their throats slashed while the brother is found hanging from a beam in the garage. The police right away rules it suicide/murder and are about ready to close the case when Sophie decides to move into their house and try to clear her brother’s name. Things are going well with creepy neighbors and other people who could be involved. Strange things are happening around the house particularly in the garage. As the story comes to a close, all of a sudden someone from one of the earlier chapters appears on the scene (I had to do a word search on Kindle to refresh my memory). Well I am sure I don’t need to say anything further. In a few pages the deaths are solved and the book done. It had the chance to become great but it seems like the writer got tired of writing and just ended it there. I can’t recommend this book. I received it from #NetGalley in exchange for my unbiased review.
Sophie Weeks is trying to come to terms with the horrifying murders of her brother and his family. In an attempt to find closure Sophie moves into her brother's old home. Little did she expect the nightly horrors she is about to encounter.
The police bring Sophie some tragic news. Her brother Ben, his wife Lisa and their daughter, Susie are dead and the preliminary evidence suggests that Ben murdered his family before committing suicide. Thought not recently close to Ben, Sophie cannot fathom any event where Ben would hurt his family, so she knows someone is must be responsible.
Sophie wasn't in a particularly good place emotionally before this event. Her job isn't fulfilling and she spends way too much time in bed, only rising when she knows her boyfriend Alan is coming over. Some cruel words overheard at work make her decide to move into Ben's house so she can monitor the police investigation, do some sleuthing of her own and find the real killer(s). An ambitious plan and one that quickly goes awry when strange noises and occurrences start happening in the house. Could the house be possessed or is the real killer not yet done? There was a good amount of suspense surrounding the crime and ultimately Sophie does discover the truth. Not a book that had me furiously flipping pages to find out whodunit, but a quick read that held my interest.
Thank you Signe Christensen, BookBuzz.net and NetGalley for the digital copy to read and review. 3.5 stars