Hey word nerds! Happy whatever day I decide to post this! So Tarryn Fisher has done this wild thing and found herself a publisher. If anyone was worried that this would in any way change the stories we have come to love let me assure you, this is not at all a concern! T Fish has yet again brought a wild ride that you do not come see coming until it is slapping you in the face.
Thursday’s husband, Seth, has two other wives. She’s never met them, and she doesn’t know anything about them. She agreed to this unusual arrangement because she’s so crazy about him.
But one day, she finds something. Something that tells a very different—and horrifying—story about the man she married.
What follows is one of the most twisted, shocking thrillers you’ll ever read.
You’ll have to grab a copy to find out why.
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One of the things I have always loved about Tarryn is her ability to write books that I can never guess the end of. I usually can guess a few key points of a story but never one time in all of the Tarryn books have I been able to guess anything in the plot.
Tarryn writes stories so full of twists and turns that you never know what the heck is coming and The Wives was no exception to this rule. Thursday is a woman with a pretty average life that the reader can relate to until you find out that Thursday is living an usual life that she must keep hidden from the prying eyes of outsiders.
The writing and editing was done fabulous and allowed for a reader to get pulled in with no reason to leave the story other than those pesky adult responsibilities. Tarryn’s books often hit the reader in the soul and I find that she may have broke the mold and written just for the joy of reading some fucked up shit.
Bravo to the masterful daughter of winter who has yet again rocked the reading world with a book that grabs a reader by the hair and makes them read until the end.
Have you guys read this book yet? If so what did you think?! Did anyone see that freaking ending coming or what? I can honestly say I was never more on the edge of my seat with no freaking clue than in this book. A solid read for these rainy bleak days.