White Bodies by Jane Robins #BookReview #travelingsistersread

White BodiesWhite Bodies by Jane Robins

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

We were lost in the weedy, mudding, murky coulee reading this with some of our Traveling Sisters and we ended up splitting into different coulees.

White Bodies is a chilling, creepy and unsettling psychological suspense thriller that explores the dark side of love and obsession that binds twin sisters together.

Jane Robins does a good job bringing on a very shocking unsettling twist that stunned us and we all became a little uncomfortable in the weedy muddy puddles of the coulee and wondering if we should find a more comfortable spot or leave the coulee altogether.  We all decided to settle in and see where this story goes.

Jane Robins does a great job creating two different and unreliable sisters here that left us wondering who was the unreliable one and who was the one to trust.  Jane Robins throws a clever little twist in there that threw some of us off and left us shocked with the ending.

This is one unforgettable story with some disturbing revelations that we soon won’t forget even though the sisters splitting from the murky coulee just wanted to go onto the next coulee.  We highly recommend giving this one a try and finding out what that shocking, unsettling revelation is for yourself.

Thank you so much to NetGalley, Simon & Schuster Canada and Jane Robins for the opportunity to read an advanced copy of this book in exchange for a review.

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Kaceey’s Review

There’s been much buzz surrounding this book and its high level of creepiness. So I went in with a little trepidation. And yes, it does start out very disturbing, but soon settles in to a good old fashioned, twisty thriller.  So enter with caution, but if you enjoy creepy thrillers, chances are you’ll really like this one!!

Callie and Tilda are twin sisters, yet couldn’t be more different. Where one shines the other is hidden.  Tilda has a new boyfriend Felix.  She hopes Callie will like him and approve. But when Callie finally meets him, something is off. Way off! Is it his behavior? Tilda’s behavior? Just what’s going on in this relationship? Callie is driven to get to the bottom of this! Now she finds herself caught up in a whirlwind of deception and mystery.

Strangers on a train….

This book provided everything I look for in a twisty, psychological thriller. I was surprised by the ending…but not totally shocked. However, there were some very clever turns along the way. I was so anxious to get my hands on this book, and wasn’t disappointed! If you can move past the startling creepiness in the beginning then you will be treated to a cleverly plotted thriller.

A delightful hair-raising (Lol!!) Traveling Sister read!

Thank you to NetGalley, Touchstone and Jane Robins for an ARC to review in exchange for an honest review.

 

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