sexta-feira, 19 de junho de 2015

Review: Night Film

Night Film
by Marisha Pessl

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Brief Introduction (adapted from goodreads):

Everybody has a Cordova story. Cult horror director Stanislas Cordova hasn't been seen in public since 1977. To his fans he is an engima. To journalist Scott McGrath he is the enemy. To Ashley he was a father.

This story starts with the loss of Ashley's life and might end with McGrath's loss of grip on reality.


If asked to review this book in one sentence I would say "Reminded me what a true 5-star book really is".

Night Film remind me of We Were Liars in the way that you have to go to it without knowing much about the book. The difference between them is just the following: Night Film did not disappoint me, it blew me away.

Talk about gripping, talk about scary, talk about page-turner and though-consumer. This book is all of the above. You'll love and hate with the characters in such an intense way, Night Film will forever have a little spot in your mind.

I don't want to tell more in order to not ruin your experience in case you want to read it. If you do please let me know ;)

1 comentário:

  1. I LOVED We Were Liars, so the idea of this one being vaguely similar is already enough to get me to want try it as well. Anything that shows a good five star read is one I want to check out.

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