“The reason a person lies is often more interesting than the lie itself.” – Rock, Paper, Scissors
This was my first novel to read by Alice Feeney, but if this one is any indication of how her other books are written I can promise you this won’t be my last. Rock, Paper, Scissors is the kind of psychological thriller that’s easy to devour in one sitting. Page turning, unputdownable, fast paced, GOOD!
A husband and wife travel to a remote area in Scotland in hopes of saving their marriage, but the ten years of lies and secrets within their relationship threaten to destroy their union. This book has a little bit of everything I love in a psychological thriller…unreliable narrator(s), dual POVs, a little suspense, and a few different twists. What I didn’t expect was the bigger twist within the smaller, more predictable ones. An ending where I can honestly say, “ I did NOT see that coming!!!”
If page turning, suspenseful, well written novels are your thing, do yourself a favor and pick up a copy of Rock, Paper, Scissors, STAT.
I gave this one a 5 out of 5 enthusiastic stars.
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