The Last Mrs. Parrish

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5 out of 5 stars
By CMiles1985 on 11-21-17

The house of lies!

First I loved this story and narration.
We follow Amber, who is tired of her boring life. She wants a glam life, and is far from it.
She befriends the most popular women in Bishops Harbor, Daphne Parrish.
Daphne is everything Amber is not. A mother, rich, sophisticated, wealthy, popular and loved by all.
After these two meet, the naive Daphne becomes close with Amber. Shortly after becoming best pals, Amber is considered a part of the family.
Amber then starts getting close with Daphne's husband, Jackson, and their children.
From the moment the two women meet, their life begins to spiral out of control. Soon the whole Parrish family is twisted in lies, and manipulation.
At first I was beyond annoyed at how naive Daphne was, but she is smarter than what you may think.
I honestly did NOT see the twist coming in this book.
It was a great story, that kept me hooked. I listened in the car, at work, doing house chores etc.
I love when a book grabs me, and this one did. I ended up finishing this book in a day and a half , and was sad when it was over.

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113 of 117 people found this review helpful

2 out of 5 stars
By Claudia Maittlen-Harris on 12-31-17

So happy to be done with this book.

Ugh...I have no idea why people are recommending this book. I found it predictable, obvious, and written at such a rudimentary level. Characters were one-dimensional and the story felt like a bad soap opera plot.This book is basic at best.

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73 of 79 people found this review helpful

1 out of 5 stars
By waterjewel on 01-23-18

Not for me.

I forced myself to finish this only because I wanted to be a good book club member. I did not grow to like a single character in the book, not even the children. A story about two narcissistic sociopaths, with the male villain so disgusting I wished I could skip whole chapters. Not until chapter 63 or so did I even have any curiosity about how it would end. When it was finally over I only felt relief to leave behind these sordid characters.

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34 of 37 people found this review helpful

2 out of 5 stars
By Teri on 03-05-18

I give myself 5 stars for finishing this insipid book.

The narration makes this weak book nearly unbearable. The story is predictable and the writing is cliche.

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42 of 46 people found this review helpful

3 out of 5 stars
By Laura on 02-18-18

Meh.

It was okay, I guess. I'm not sure why this book got such high ratings when there are better ones of this genre out there. The story dragged on unnecessarily at parts and some of the dialogue fell short of being believable. I didn't like Amber's narrator, but Daphne's wasn't too bad. All in all, this audiobook was merely "okay." I could get through it. Wouldn't recommend but wouldn't warn people away from it.

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16 of 17 people found this review helpful

1 out of 5 stars
By ROBIN on 12-30-17

Holy $h*t... I wish I could UNhear this one!

I almost couldn't get past part one, but I pushed on and made myself finish this very long and almost unbearable story...I wish I hadn't

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23 of 25 people found this review helpful

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