THIS BOOK REVIEW IS ONLY BASED ON MY FEELINGS DURING READING THE BOOK. IT DOES NOT INTENT TO HURT ANYONE’S FEELINGS, AND DOES NOT MEANT TO COMPARE WITH ANY OTHER REVIEWER’S FEELINGS “Tic — Tac — Toe…………… Tic — Tac — Toe …………….. People you see, may not be as it show….”
A Drunkard, Psychopath Woman, staying inside her five-storied house all the days and nights, holding a camera from the window, checking her neighborhood through the lenses. A separated husband and daughter….. or are they???? A disturbed family on the opposite side of her house where the wife got killed…..or was she???? A simple teenager, who is locked inside the house….. or was he???? A tenant at the basement floor who was previously a convicted criminal……. or was he???? A bunch of people including a doctor, a gym trainer, a detective who thinks she is mad…..or is she???? It truly says Life or people may not be the same as we see through our eyes.
In the beginning, the story starts with a simple diary format, where Anna Fox is sharing her day to day life. There was nothing except drinking wine, watching old black and white movies, drinking, eating, taking medication, more drinking and watching through her lenses to check the neighborhood and then further drinking. Initially one may feel that the narrator is completely a psycho. But suddenly the story starts to take a twist. Then a twist, then another, then again a twist. The book becomes unputdownable once it takes the flow and before almost the last page one may not understand what actually is happening.
I’ll not share any more details about the story. It will be best if the readers check it themselves.
The overall narrative is in a diary form, some chapters covering half a page long. So it’s a fast read. The language is a lucid, crispy manner, and once you are involved in the story, you will feel like its happening just in front of your eyes. The author is brilliant. Overall I must say that this book is very good food for the readers who love thrillers, mystery and trust me you will not disappointed.