Short version: Read it.
Long version: I had two hours to wait around for a friend to have dinner together, instead of being truly productive, I decided to read. Its a good thing that I didn’t have too much planned for the rest of the evening or an early morning the next day because I couldn’t put the dang book down.
From the first page you know the book is a suspenseful thriller. But, what I really appreciate about it is that the protagonist, Lo Blacklock, has her head on straight, so it isn’t too confusing. Sometimes in the beginning of thrillers they try to confuse you to add to the mystery, but it gets to the point that its hard to follow or even find, the storyline. Thankfully in, The Woman in Cabin 10, that is not the case.
Refreshingly, there are twists that you genuinely won’t expect. Probably due to the purposefully lacking character development in secondary characters, so you have no idea what is going on in any of the other character’s heads.
“It’s also a big ‘ol middle finger to gaslighting and to dismissing women with anxiety or depression as “crazy” or untrustworthy, and let me tell you, I loved that so much.” – Elyse
Its not particularly scary or gory at all, but full of mystery and suspense. It has a kickass female lead. I highly recommend you read it.