The Woman In The Window - Book Review

I have been wanting to read this book for a while and decided that it is the right time to devour it before the movie comes out next month.

The Woman In The Window  ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Genre: Science Fiction, Thriller, Mystery
Author: A.J. Finn
Publisher: Harper Collins

I loved the concept of the book. Housebound, Anna Fox, who is suffering from Agoraphobia hasn’t stepped out of the house for a year. She gazes out of her window at her neighbour’s house and sees something which changes her life.

The main character is alcoholic and under anxiety who is taking pills which cause hallucinations is so unreliable and it is so hard to believe in her narration which keeps the flow of the story interesting. Her habit of binge-watching classic thriller movies also contributes to the fact what she believes happening around must have happened in the movies she watches.

The best thing about this book is the plot. I loved how the backstory is revealed at the right time without spoiling the flow of the story. The chapters are short which make it a fast-pacing book. This page-turner will keep you guessing the happenings if they are even real. It gets creepy at times but it is all part of the suspense the book is throwing at you.

I’d recommend this psychological thriller to everyone. Irrespective of all the controversies surrounding the author and his lies, this book does complete justice to a thriller fan.