Saturday, July 18, 2020

The Last Witness by Claire McFall

Heather agrees to go camping with Dougie and his friends because she's desperate to get closer to him, and a secluded beach sounds like the perfect place. But the trip takes a sinister turn that brings Heather's plans to a violent end.
One by one, the group begins to vanish.
A year later, Heather knows she's just lucky to be alive. And now, people are asking for answers, or else she will be the one to take the blame.

My Thoughts: This was a really quick read that kept my attention the whole way through. Just dying to know how it was going to end! The book is told between the time of the event(a year ago) and the present time. The author did a great job of delivering that perspective. It really amped up the suspense! There were a few parts that dragged on slightly, and I found the ending a bit rushed, however, the writing was extremely well done. The author holds your attention and keeps you guessing right up until the last page! And she crafted such a great setting. You could smell the beach, taste the sea, and feel the chill in the air! Though a bit rushed, my jaw literally dropped at the very end. A clever twist that I was not expecting. This was a great thriller with some paranormal undertones which offered a unique reading experience.
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