Lock Every Door - Book Review

Lock Every Door - Book Review - Incredible opinions


Lock Every Door ⭐⭐⭐⭐
Author - Riley Sager
Publisher - Penguin Random House


My first book from Riley Sager and it didn't disappoint me at all. It goes without saying that I love thrillers but not all thrillers go the way you expect them. This one hit the bull's eye for me!

'Lock Every Door' opens up with a girl, Jules Larson, 25, on a hospital bed. The story goes back to how she ends up there. She has been working as an apartment sitter in Bortholomew, one of Manhattan's most high-profile and mysterious buildings. Jules tries to dig into the building's past and then finds herself in a deep trouble.

I love how the story unfolds and it piques the reader's interest as it goes along. I am a sucker for short chapters and this book offers that. I love the mysterious end of sentence at the end of each chapter which makes you read the next chapter and the loop continues. This is exactly how I finished this book in 2 sittings. I love Riley's writing style - plain and not complicated at all. The revelation of the mysteries are also not falling flat and everything starts making sense.

I'd definitely recommend this book to all the readers who like reading mysteries and thrillers.

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