Before I Go to Sleep by S.J. Watsonsj-watson-before-i-go-to-sleep

When I read this book, I didn’t really start it predicting much of anything. I figured that the story would mainly be about the main character finding some way to get rid of her memory issues. However, in discovering what caused her memory issues in the first place, that’s where least predictable came into play. As I said earlier, I don’t know what I was expecting, but I definitely wasn’t expecting the twist that came about and I’m usually pretty good at predicting a story’s climax.

-Tiffany T. Cole

2 thoughts on “The Least Predictable Books We’ve Read”

  1. The Birth of Venus, by Sarah Dunant
    I ended up not liking this novel, but I finished it anyway. The ending felt pretty forced – but let me just say that I’ve never read anything that involved a snake tattoo, a faked cancer, a pig’s internal organ, and a paintbrush all wrapped up in one character…who was also a nun. It was nutty.

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