From Ruth Ware, the New York Times bestselling author of the “twisty-mystery” (Vulture) novel In a Dark, Dark Wood, comes The Woman in Cabin Ten, an equally suspenseful and haunting psychological thriller.
June 30, 2016  |  340 pages
(Read from Aug 20, 2017 to Aug 22, 2017)
Grade: A–    (switch to numeric scale)
L/E Ratio: 80% Entertainment, 20% Literature
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Writing Quality:
Low High
Originality:
Low High

Addictiveness:
Low High
Movie Potential:
Low High

Re-readability:
Low High
Sequel Potential:
Low High
Comment:
I enjoyed Ware's first book, In a Dark, Dark Wood. I think I liked this one even better. She did an excellent job of getting you inside Lo's head so you'd feel what she felt at any given time - anxiety, claustrophobia, etc. The mystery is not easily solved. Although I was able to figure out bits and pieces of it, I didn't come close to solving the whole thing. The only reason I didn't give this book a full 5 star rating is that I feel there are still some loose ends that I wish were explained.