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Last Girl Ghosted: A Novel de Lisa Unger
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Last Girl Ghosted: A Novel (edició 2021)

de Lisa Unger (Autor)

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Títol:Last Girl Ghosted: A Novel
Autors:Lisa Unger (Autor)
Informació:Park Row (2021), Edition: Original, 400 pages
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Last Girl Ghosted de Lisa Unger

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This book was not what I expected... and not in a good way.

Going by the blurb, I anticipated a thriller about the dark side of online dating. It started like that, but then it went in a TOTALLY different direction for the bulk of the book, only to return to the dating storyline in the last third. Meanwhile, it meandered into topics such as survivalists, PTSD, alcoholism, domestic abuse... resulting in an excessively long and repetitive read.

As for character development, some were fleshed out, while others made a brief appearance and were, well... ghosted. Also, I was confused whether one of the characters, "Robin," was real or imaginary.

This was my second book by Unger. I read Fragile years ago and remember enjoying it. But this one... not so much. I slogged through only because I wanted to know who the culprit was. I'm not sure it was worth it. Maybe I would have been better off reading spoilers. The end was disappointing. ( )
  kulmona | Nov 23, 2021 |
Well done. Full review coming soon. ( )
  Desiree_Reads | Nov 6, 2021 |
Boy, is this a book for the times. Lisa Unger always writes exciting psychological thrillers, but she’s really outdone herself this time. Wren thinks she’s found the perfect man through an online dating service, but then he disappears and along with him, so does his online presence and his phone is disconnected. Then a private investigator comes looking for him. A client’s daughter has disappeared, and they think Wren’s boyfriend is involved. He may also be involved in the disappearance of several other girls. And yet, I felt this book took on so many different issues, it never really dealt well with all of them. Readers will enjoy it, but I wonder how many, like me, are left wondering at the decision Wren made about her baby at the end is realistic. ( )
  brangwinn | Oct 31, 2021 |
I really enjoyed Lisa Unger's last book, Confessions on the 7:45. (my review) I couldn't wait to read her latest book Last Girl Ghosted.
"She met him through a dating app." That little sentence opens up a wealth of directions for a book to go...

Wren seems to have it all - and on the surface she does. When she meets Adam she thinks she's found the one. Until the day he leaves her with one last text and disappears. She's been ghosted. Instead of saying good riddance, Wren is determined to find him. Someone else is also looking for Adam - a private investigator looking for Adam's last girlfriend as she's gone missing...

I liked the premise, liked Wren, liked the PI and the possibilities Unger's plot held. Wren has a secret in her past and I really wanted to know what it was. She revealed it to Adam right before he left, but the reader has no idea what it is. Roughly halfway through the book Unger takes us back to Wren's childhood and we relive her past. Unger has come up with a background that also offers up lots of possibilities.

As the book heads towards the final pages and resolution, that initial 'I'm behind you Wren' feeling started to dissipate for me. She made some choices that I had a hard time with and honestly couldn't believe anyone would make. The ending was a bit too much and tied up a bit too pretty for me.

Unger is a talented writer and I will be picking up her next book. Last Girl Ghosted was good, but not great for this reader. ( )
  Twink | Oct 8, 2021 |
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