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Review #1

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I am conflicted about how to evaluate this book. It commences dramatically with Amy, a dive instructor and suburban mother, enjoying a pleasant life until a new woman, Roux, disrupts her neighborhood book club night, leading to a spiraling, inebriated game of ‘never have I ever’ with far-reaching consequences.

Amy and Roux, both harbouring dark secrets from their pasts, find themselves entwined in a tense dynamic when Roux becomes a blackmailer, forcing Amy to resort to drastic measures to preserve her idyllic life. Their engaging game of cunning and retaliation is filled with surprising twists and turns, including a stunning revelation halfway through the book that left me agape.

Despite the narrative’s swift pace and well-constructed plot, the final revelations left me somewhat disenchanted with the story. However, its proficient execution cannot be denied, and ultimately, it may boil down to personal preference.

I’m assigning a 4-star rating due to my personal sentiments regarding the final reveal, though I suspect many will deem it a 5-star read. I am certainly open to exploring more works by this author.

Review #2

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I really enjoyed the twists in this book. I could not have predicted where it would end up, the author kept me on my toes.

Review #3

Audiobook Never Have I Ever by Cris Dukehart

There’s a well-established Sunday Times “lifestyle” journalist known for her recommendations. Despite her occasional preachy articles advocating moral behavior while not always practicing it herself, I’ve found her less irritating than many journalists. Over the years, I’ve followed some of her suggestions. They’ve seldom been overly expensive, though my satisfaction, especially with beauty products, has been limited. However, when it comes to books, she has never disappointed. If she mentions enjoying a novel, I usually give it a shot, and more often than not, I end up enjoying it too. That’s how I stumbled upon this particular novel. I hadn’t heard of the author and hadn’t seen it in reviews. Nevertheless, it turned out to be an engaging and enjoyable page-turner. Set in America, it manages to strike a balance that doesn’t overwhelm British tastes with its Americanness.

At times, it has a touch of “Desperate Housewives,” and some characters veer toward caricature, but the story keeps you hooked. It boasts a satisfying number of twists and turns, some predictable and others completely unexpected.

Essentially, it’s a psychological thriller. The protagonist, Amy, is feisty and endearing, while the villainess, Roux, is anything but. Despite Amy’s past misdeeds, you can’t help but root for her and jeer whenever Roux makes an appearance. The crux of the story revolves around Amy’s unwavering determination not to succumb to blackmail and give up her inheritance, which she’s retained for noble reasons. Roux, on the other hand, wreaks havoc among the genteel, middle-class Floridian housewives, delighting in exposing their secrets and sowing discord seemingly for her own amusement. Her motivations, however, are much darker and mercenary. The scenes depicting Amy with her baby and her warm relationship with her teenage step-daughter are beautifully portrayed. Although her dull husband doesn’t feature prominently, he’s fundamentally a good person. Unlike in many novels where readers are frustrated with characters who don’t just communicate, here, such frustrations aren’t quite as warranted, as revealing the truth would unravel the entire plot.

The suspense revolves around whether Amy can uncover enough of Roux’s secrets before her own come to light and whether her husband will stand by her if she confesses her dark past. The story keeps you hanging until the very end, which, although a bit melodramatic with near drownings and shootings, delivers an unexpected twist. The narrative alternates between darkness and humor, masterfully navigating shifts in pace.

I had no expectations when I picked up this book, apart from the recommendation mentioned earlier, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. It doesn’t claim to possess profound intellectual depth, but it’s well-crafted, gripping, and well worth the time, particularly if you’re a fan of female-centric thrillers.

Review #4

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I’m a devoted fan of this author and have devoured nearly all of her works. However, “Never Have I Ever” marks a departure into a different genre, and I must admit, it’s considerably darker and lacks the depth I’ve come to expect from her previous novels. I’m optimistic that her more recent books may offer a more satisfying reading experience. I won’t be giving up on her, though, as she remains one of the most exceptional fiction writers I’ve ever encountered.

Review #5

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I had eagerly anticipated diving into this book, and it did not disappoint. The story revolves around Amy Whey, who appears to lead a seemingly flawless life and embody the essence of perfection. She generously allows her friend Charlotte to host a book club in her home, and everything takes a dramatic turn when a new neighbor named Roux joins the group. Roux suggests they play a game of “never have I ever,” gradually revealing the most regrettable actions they’ve ever committed. Amy becomes instantly apprehensive, hinting at hidden secrets in her past.

The narrative then unfolds as a captivating cat-and-mouse chase between Amy and Roux, both trying to outmaneuver each other. I’ll be candid and admit that although I was initially engrossed by the book’s beginning, I struggled to pick it up again after setting it down. However, around the midpoint, something clicked, and I found myself reading from that point to the end in a single sitting. This novel is a clever thriller that offers a unique twist, making it a recommended read for those seeking something a bit different in the genre.

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