Wednesday 25 May 2016

BLOG TOUR ~ Don't You Cry by Mary Kubica

Hi Everyone,

Today is the final stop on the Blog Tour for Don't You Cry by Mary Kubica which is Mary's third novel. I am thrilled be taking part in this wonderful Blog Tour and delighted to welcome author Mary to my blog and a BIG thanks to Cara Frances from Mira Books for allowing me this opportunity to take part with some other fab book bloggers too. Yesterday @Lizzy11268 & @cleo_bannister were on the Blog Tour with their reviews on their blogs which you can read them both here Liz's Review & Cleo's Review 
You can find out who else has taken part in this fabulous Blog Tour over the past 10 days below.

Quinn Collins and Esther Vaughan are best friends and are also roommates but when Esther disappears from her apartment in Downtown Chicago without a trace a haunting letter addressed to My Dearest is found among her possessions, leaving her roommate Quinn to wonder where Esther is and whether or not she's the person Quinn thought she knew.

Meanwhile, an hour outside Chicago, in a small Michigan harbour town, we meet eighteen-year-old Alex Gallo who works in a 
local diner as a dishwasher. He is a bit of a loner, all his friends have left town since finishing high school but he had to stay behind to take care of his father who is an alcoholic. When a mysterious woman appears in the quiet coffee shop, Alex is immediately mesmerised by her charm and beauty, but what starts as an innocent crush quickly spirals into something far more dark and sinister than he ever expected.  

As Quinn searches for answers about the Esther and certain things come to light, Quinn begins to realise that she doesn't really know much about Esther like she thought she did and as Alex is drawn further under Pearl's spell, will it be too late before he realises who she really is???

I enjoyed Don't You Cry, however I felt it was very slow to start and really wasn't sure where it was going to go or how it was going to pan out but glad I stuck with it. For me, it picked up from about 40% of the way in and it kicks off into a twisted thrill rollercoaster ride of a story which builds into a stunning sinister and dark conclusion which I didn't see coming at all. Mary Kubica is definitely the master when it comes to suspense and proves that no matter how fast or far we run, the past will always catch up with us in the end and I look forward to reading more from her (no pressure).

This is Mary Kubica's 3rd novel, the others been Pretty Baby & The Good Girl which I haven't got around to reading yet but will definitely at some stage.

Don't You Cry is available on Kindle and from all good bookstores and is currently £12.99 at the time of publication of this review.

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