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The Ones That Stare

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Sometimes, silence is dangerous.

Black and Native American. Chocolate and peanut butter. Darien and Sayen blended together like a perfect match. The charming, always-smiling film junkie and the always optimistic, coquettish altruist. The quaint suburban couple surrounded by quaint suburban neighbors. Perfect neighbors, though occasionally assuming. They all partied togethe
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Published May 21st 2020
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May 31, 2020 rated it did not like it
Stories about people spying on other people make me uneasy, that's probably why I had such a hard time getting into the book. I disliked deeply Darien. Despite everything that's going on, I was not drawn to him, not pitying him one bit. Maybe that's another reason why I couldn't enjoy the book... There are so many awkward moments...

But I liked how the story alternated between characters and between the past (where Darien is a novice liar, to become a competent liar), and the present (where he i
May 28, 2020 rated it it was amazing
A quiet community, until one night changes everything. Darien's wife is missing. Surely someone saw something. Everyone is always peeping out of their windows, spying on eachother. Catching eachother spying. Someone knows the truth. Someone is hiding something. Someone is a very good liar and always has been. This was a twisted domestic suspense. A fast read. I enjoyed it.
I was given a copy by the publisher for my honest review.

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