Saturday, November 30, 2019

The House Without A Key by Marin Montgomery Review

The House Without A Key
by Marin Montgomery


I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are my own.

The House Without a Key follows the lives of two girls. Allegra, an upper class rich girl and Maddie, a lower class poor girl. The girls have absolutely nothing in common, except they're both kidnapped. Throughout the book we learn of the secrets and lies that lead up to the abduction of both the girls.

I seriously enjoyed this book. Putting it down to do everyday things was frustrating, all I wanted to do was just keep reading. The author had my heart racing and I couldn't help being afraid for the characters. This book was interesting, creepy, thrilling and even thought provoking. I think it does a great job of bringing thought to actual human trafficking.

I can't say this book was perfect. Between a certain degree of predictability and the ending being wrapped up too nicely in a neat little bow it had some issues. The good completely outweighed the bad in my personal opinion.

If you're looking for a thriller based on scary events that could and do happen in real life, I think you may enjoy this book. If books about human trafficking make you uncomfortable I don't think this book would be right for you.

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