Kelsey Myers-

Disclaimer is a page-turning thriller at the top of the pile with books like ‘Gone Girl’ and ‘The Girl on the Train’. Like the others in that category, it demands to be read in one sitting. But at the heart of this novel lies a crucial conversation, one that is both difficult to have and yet incredibly necessary. Renee Knight has created a book that is a pleasure to read and still makes you think in a way only the best books can. Highly recommended!

Teresa Steele-

Meet Catherine, a well respected woman with a family she loves. One day a book arrives at her house, one that is shockingly familiar, one that mirrors a time in her life several years ago and a secret she wishes will stay hidden. Desperate to find the author, but even more desperate to keep her secret from her family, she will stop at nothing to find this person who wants to destroy her. Lovers of “The Girl on the Train” and “We Were Liars” will be swept up in this fantastic story. Will highly recommend!!!

Allison Senecal-

Finished this in one sitting. The big reveal was at around the halfway point, so I was a tad worried about where the story might be going. Well, it wasn’t THE big reveal. Knight ended up pulling it off very well. I can’t say too much more without spoiling the major twist, but it ended up being a very eye-opening, sympathetic, and topical novel.

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