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It isn’t paranoia if it’s really happening . . . 

Anna Fox lives alone—a recluse in her New York City home, unable to venture outside. She spends her days drinking wine (maybe too much), watching old movies, recalling happier times . . . and spying on her neighbors.

Then the Russells move into the house across the way: a father, a mother, their teenage son. The perfect family. But when Anna, gazing out her window one night, sees something she shouldn’t, her world begins to crumble—and its shocking secrets are laid bare.

What is real? What is imagined? Who is in danger? Who is in control? In this diabolically gripping thriller, no one—and nothing—is what it seems.

Twisty and powerful, ingenious and moving, The Woman in the Window is a smart, sophisticated novel of psychological suspense that recalls the best of Hitchcock—an unforgettable thriller that Gillian Flynn calls “amazing.”

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‘Astounding. Thrilling. Lovely and amazing’ GILLIAN FLYNN

'Twisted to the power of max' VAL McDERMID

‘A dark, twisty confection’ RUTH WARE

‘One of those rare books that really is unputdownable’ STEPHEN KING

‘A tremendous new talent’ JANE HARPER

‘Amazing. Riveting. Just plain fantastic!’ TESS GERRITSEN

‘Smart, heart-wrenching―and really scary’ NICCI FRENCH

‘An elegant, beautifully written thriller’ JOANNA CANNON

‘Dense, brilliant and unforgettable’ JENNY COLGAN

‘I barely drew breath until I turned the final page’ LIZ NUGENT

‘Tense, twisty and SO beautifully written’ C.J. TUDOR

‘I was blown away’ JOE HILL

‘Dripping with suspense. Creaking with menace. Beautifully written’ SIMON TOYNE

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  • Publisher : HarperCollins; edition (2 January 2018)
  • Language : English
  • File size : 1264 KB
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  • Word Wise : Enabled
  • Print length : 373 pages
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Reviewed in India on 27 September 2018
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4.0 out of 5 stars Book Review
By Ashfiya Undre on 15 September 2018
Book Review :

Book : The Woman In The Window.
My Rating : 4/5
Author : A.J. Finn
Publisher : HarperCollins
Page Count : 448

Blurb : "What did she see?
It’s been ten long months since Anna Fox last left her home. Ten months during which she has haunted the rooms of her old New York house like a ghost, lost in her memories, too terrified to step outside.
Anna’s lifeline to the real world is her window, where she sits day after day, watching her neighbours. When the Russells move in, Anna is instantly drawn to them. A picture-perfect family of three, they are an echo of the life that was once hers.
But one evening, a frenzied scream rips across the silence and Anna witnesses something no one was supposed to see. Now she must do everything she can to uncover the truth about what really happened. But even if she does, will anyone believe her ? And can she even trust herself?"

What I think about this book :

The climax of the book somehow didn't reach up to my expectations. But the reasons behind my 4 star rating is :

1) Character Development
2) Story Formation
3) Setting. The setting played a major role in convincing me to fall for this book.

The character of Anna Fox is quite complicated to deal with. She is Agoraphobic .i.e Fear from places and situations that might cause panic, helplessness or embarrassment. Agoraphobia is a psychological disorder.
The characterisation of a protagonist with a psychological disorder was seamless. The narration is so clear that it was actually reeling in my mind like a movie.
The whole vibe of the book was really frightening yet enticing. It gave me The Girl On The Train vibes. Though both the novels surround around a mysterious plot, and gave similiar vibes, they were poles apart in their own way.

What I am most astonished about is that after finishing the book, while writing this review, I decided to do a little research about the author, when I did I was appalled to know that the book is written by a male author. The reason for this astonishment is that I had this conception that the writer of this book could be a female, because the way Anna's character is described is so vivid and deep, it felt like it has to be a woman.

When the story unveils, to me personally, it was quite unpredictable, but somehow I was expecting more. Still, I would say that I loved this book and I would highly recommend it because it is definitely worth a read.

Thank You.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Unputdownable, a little slow paced but amazingly written.
By Aditi Bansal on 17 August 2018
Dr. Anna Fox, a child psychologist, separated from her husband is housebound since 10 months. She lives all alone except her tenant who lives in the basement of her house. Her interaction from the outside world is almost zero. It's not that she doesn't want to go outside. She just can't go because she is agoraphobic. It started when a new family, The Russells moved into a house just across the street. The Russels immediately pulled her towards themselves because theirs was a family which could have been hers. One night she heard a scream but she couldn't figure out whose it was and from where did she hear it. Then she saw a woman getting stabbed by someone through her window. She even reported the crime but no one would believe a freak right? They all made Anna think that she was making this all up to gain attention. But was she really making this up?
The story moves a little slow at the beginning. I was left thinking that where are her husband and family? They talk daily but why don't they visit her ever? But when the secrets started to reveal I was like wooooohhhh. I couldn't stop reading it afterwards. I only stopped for my daily chores and work. Very well written. I came across a lot of new terminologies which was quite impressive as you also read to gain knowledge right?
I would definitely recommend this book to everyone. It was much better than "the girl on the train" but it didn't blow up my mind like "gone girl" may be because it moved a little slow in the beginning. But I never felt like 'not' turning the page throughout the book. So I'll give it ⭐⭐⭐⭐.5/5
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