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Woman No. 17 is a wonderfully weird tale about a babysitter gone bad in Hollywood Hills. Have any of you seen the 1970s noir Three Women with Shelley Duvall and Sissy Spacek? This book totally has those vibes — female friendships that morph into something strange and sinister. (There’s also an art school side story, which I loved.) Narrators Cassandra Campbell and Phoebe Strole immediately drew me into the story, which doesn’t always happen for me with audio fiction, so it was especially fun to be hooked from track 1.
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I would honestly give it more like four and a half stars but it's raw and beautiful and the story feels so uncut in the most perfect imperfect way. The book doesn't feel like it throws anything into the basket for the sheer factor or shock for those dumb enough not to see things coming like in other books. It's a story, yes. However, it feels like a real one. It's as if Lady stopped writing her other book and started writing this one instead.
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