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Soon to be a major motion picture directed by Ron Howard.
Please make a list of every possession you consider essential to your life.
The request seems odd, even intrusive - and for the two women who answer, the consequences are devastating.
Reeling from a traumatic break-in, Emma wants a new place to live. But none of the apartments she sees are affordable or feel safe. Until One Folgate Street. The house is an architectural masterpiece: a minimalist design of pale stone, plate glass, and soaring ceilings. But there are rules. The enigmatic architect who designed the house retains full control: no books, no throw pillows, no photos or clutter or personal effects of any kind. The space is intended to transform its occupant - and it does.
After a personal tragedy, Jane needs a fresh start. When she finds One Folgate Street, she is instantly drawn to the space - and to its aloof but seductive creator. Moving in, Jane soon learns about the untimely death of the home's previous tenant, a woman similar to Jane in age and appearance. As Jane tries to untangle truth from lies, she unwittingly follows the same patterns, makes the same choices, crosses paths with the same people, and experiences the same terror as the girl before.
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By Lisa on 05-07-17
After the first couple of chapters I thought this was really going to have a stupid ending. But that was just building the story. As the story progresses you get pulled in. Every time you think you know who did it, another piece of evidence pops up so you think it is someone else. I was completely surprised at the end. If you like suspense, this is a great book.
22 of 23 people found this review helpful
By Elizabeth on 07-07-17
It could have been great
Is there anything you would change about this book?
The narration of this book was great, no complaints there. The story, however promising it could have been, was unrealistic and shallow. This book had the slowest build, and the fastest fall. The last 90 minutes of the book, seemed thrown together . I felt like the author was told, "you need more twists and turns", so they were thrown in at the last minute without any proper unraveling, which left you scratching your head.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful