I preordered this book back in March on my old Kindle but lock down messed up with my head and I completely forgot about it. Then, I’ve seen it on NetGalley and straight away requested it. I was so happy to be approved. I have to say that the waiting was so worth it.
If one day you just get in the train to go home after a hard days work and you meet and the train is delayed, it just seems OK to strike up a conversation. And if you got something on your mind, you’ll confess because you are so sure that you won’t see that person again and you will most definitely feel better taking things off you chest. But, what happens when normal is not that normal? What happens when all of a sudden you start receiving texts from the stranger in the train? You never gave them your number. So, who is this person? What is she hiding? Most of all, what does she want from you?
This book is full of twists and turns and it kept me guessing until the very end when all just exploded in my face. I mean, wow! Not in a million years I would have expected what happened.
Lisa Unger done one incredible job with this book. It is most definitely a dark and gripping five star psychological thriller. It is fast paced and keeps you guessing.
Narrated from different POVs, Confessions on the 7:45 is not confusing at all. On the contrary. I knew from the beginning who is who (at least what the author let me think). Characters are so well built and so detailed that they could easily be anyone I know. They are so real and so reachable that makes me think: who is everyone? Is everyone who they pretend to be?
Grab Confessions on the 7:45 and you will be hooked. This book is by far the best thriller of 2020
Thank you to NetGalley and HQ Stories for offering me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest opinion.