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View all 73 comments. Jul 29, Kendall rated it it was ok. After all that?!! You've got to be kidding me! This was my first experience with this author and my goodness was it an experience.
I have heard nothing but wonderful things about this author By all means.. I tend to be on an outlier island like usual with all my books :.
Let me just put it this way I didn't enjoy this novel. And that ending?! What the fuc NO way I can't haha.
I threw my kindle across the room after finishing this one. I struggled to even get through this book because nothing was happening.
When the Lights Go Out is a very slow burn of a book. I usually don't do well with these kinds of books unless if the ending delivers.
I feel like this is going be a huge buzz View all 53 comments. Whether intentional or not this book definitely has an ending that has caused some controversy It made every piece of the puzzle in this book fall into place and make complete sense This is not to sa 4.
This was my very first Mary Kubica Book The characters were so well drawn and relatable Jesse is a young year-old grieving the loss of her mother and trying to figure out who she really is Absolutely recommend to those who enjoy a good suspense thriller filled with some surprising twists View all 19 comments.
Aug 27, Norma rated it it was amazing Shelves: netgalley-edelweiss-approved. She is a go-to author of mine and always has me eagerly awaiting for her next release.
I have seen some mixed reviews for this one and some not so favorable thoughts on that ending but for me that ending totally worked.
I was tickled pink that Mary Kubica totally shocked and floored me with that unexpected ending! These types 4. I was immediately drawn into this story and totally intrigued in the storyline which had me totally bewildered pretty much right up to the very end.
I enjoyed both of these characters perspectives equally and had empathy for both of them, especially Jessie as some things that Jessie endured with her insomnia was very relatable and scary for me to read.
Title: Love the title! Extremely fitting and brilliantly ties into plot. Plot: Interesting, held my attention, and a little different Ending: Totally unexpected and shocking!
But, maybe a little controversial but in my opinion fit the story well and ended just the way I wanted it to. Overall: A fantastic and an all-consuming read!
Would recommend but my advice is to go into this one blind as I did and always do. Thoughts in this review are all mine!
View all 72 comments. Sep 01, BernLuvsBooks rated it liked it Shelves: netgalley , adult-reads , , traveling-sister-read. I was riveted as I read this book.
My mind was racing and suspicions were at an all time high. This book is definitely a slow burn. It simply simmers as you read. You are seeped into anxiety right alongside the main character, Jessie.
The story is told from two main viewpoints and alternating timelines. We experience Jessie's story firsthand, in the present. While also uncovering her mother, Eden's story, told from the past.
Their's is a relationship built on a secret. Secrets always have a WOW! Secrets always have a way of finding their way into light, don't they?
It's the journey to the revelation that Kubica so expertly pens. She opens us up to so many questions, so many possibilities.
Then, we get to the big reveal. I'm almost sorry to admit what a letdown it was for me. After all those enticing possibilities - it was the lamest of them all!
I truly enjoyed the book - right up until the ending! Personally, it didn't work for me but I will say it was unexpected and different.
I just felt there was so much more potential for the ending. Given all the twists the book took, I was simply expecting a much juicer culmination to it all.
View all 43 comments. Jun 20, Paromjit rated it really liked it Shelves: mystery , netgalley , thriller. Mary Kubica has taken a foray in an unusual direction from her usual psychological thrillers with this mystery featuring Jessie Sloane set in Chicago.
She is a young woman who has spent so much of her life caring for her dying mother, Eden, afflicted with a debilitating form of cancer.
There has only been her mum and Jessie, for as long as Jessie can remember, with her mother being less than forthcoming as to the identity of her father.
Before she dies, her mother tells her to find herself and f Mary Kubica has taken a foray in an unusual direction from her usual psychological thrillers with this mystery featuring Jessie Sloane set in Chicago.
Before she dies, her mother tells her to find herself and forge a new path in her life. Jessie has found somewhere new to live, with plans to enrol on a college course, a path that is derailed when the college contacts her to inform her that her social security number belongs to a long dead 3 year old child called Jess.
Along with a story narrated by Jessie, there is a parallel narrative from Eden in a journal from the s, with a happy home and marriage to Aaron, but racked by a desperate plight, her inability to have children.
Where will her terrible predicament take her? Burdened by a grief and sorrow that is tearing her apart, a shell shocked Jessie embarks on a mystery quest to determine who she is, as she questions every aspect of her life.
She is further hampered by a never ending insomnia, resulting in chronic sleeplessness, her mind wanders, her memory is atrocious, her emotions are all over the place and she is suffering from hallucinations.
Her escalating paranoia makes Jessie an unreliable narrator as indeed is Eden. Jessie and Eden's stories run separately through the book until they finally connect in the end.
There are twists, some exasperating, leaving you feeling up in air, wondering whether it was worth reading this book, but in a tale of family, love, loss and what it is to be a woman experiencing the urgent primeval need for a child, these themes are paramount in making this a thought provoking read.
Mary Kubica's writing is beautiful and engaging, sustaining my interest throughout, alleviating my disappointment in other more flawed aspects of the storytelling.
Many thanks to Harlequin for an ARC. I can rely on her storytelling to be emotive and easy to fall into. When the Lights Go Out has a rather controversial ending!
Read on to see how I felt about it without spoilers, of course! Eden desperately wants to be a mother. Her narrative is focused on 4 smoldering, shocking stars to When the Lights Go Out!
Her narrative is focused on that side of things. After years of caretaking for her mother, Jessie is faced with rebuilding her life.
On a leap of faith, she applies to college but quickly discovers there might be a problem with her registration due to identity.
What does this mean for Jessie? The mystery of figuring out just who she is takes her down an unbidden path. She is extremely fatigued and overwhelmed with insomnia, and it is affecting every aspect of her life while she also tries to figure out who she is.
As for that ending, I did not see it coming. Even with all of the reviews I had read, I never expected that. I was so shocked, I remember gasping out loud.
I think that fit with the storyline, though it was a big risk. Overall, I found When the Lights Go Out to be another page-turning suspense novel from Mary Kubica, more on the domestic suspense side than thriller.
All opinions are my own. My reviews can also be found on my blog along with pretty pics! View all 28 comments. This was my first experience reading her work and it definitely lived up to the hype!
This story revolves around Jessie Sloane, a young woman who loses her mother to cancer after many exhausting years battling the disease. Jessie feels alone in the world and needs to push herself to focus and move forward.
While applying for college, Jessie stumbles across a mysterious detail from he 4. She becomes solely focused on figuring out the missing pieces of her childhood hoping to get answers that will help her move forward in life.
This suspenseful and twisty thriller packed quite the punch! Not only did this book have me sitting on the edge of my seat, hanging on every word, it had me an emotional wreck!
On one page I would be holding my breath in tension-filled anticipation of what would happen next, and then the next page had me with tears streaming down my face, broken hearted at what the characters were facing.
This was a fantastic mix of perfection! This was a Traveling Sister read. There were a mix of reactions to that ending.
For me, it was fantastic and suited the story fabulously. When The Lights Go Out is available now!! View all 44 comments.
Dark, twisted, and emotional—this book haunted me! I have heard wonderful things about Mary Kubica, but I must admit this is the first book I read by her.
The clever way all of the clues were in the story and how they unlocked the twist was wonderful.
And that twist! And that in and of itself deser Dark, twisted, and emotional—this book haunted me! And that in and of itself deserves a ton of credit!
About the Book Jessie Sloane is trying to rebuild her life. For years she cared for her mother who suffered from what eventually became terminal cancer.
Jessie and her mother are incredibly close—best friends. Jessie is lost without her. Riddled with insomnia, and with no real friends, Jessie is lost.
She tries to get her life on track by enrolling at the local community college. But they reject her application, saying that her social security number flagged.
In a state of confusion, stress, and exhaustion, Jessie stumbles down the rabbit hole of her past. But how does she go about finding out who she really is??
Reflection There was so much emotion in this book for a thriller. Really without certain elements of the book okay without a lot of elements of the book this could have been rewritten as a standalone fiction book.
The relationship between Jessie and her mother and between Eden and Aaron are both so beautiful. Of course, this book IS a psychological thriller and it has the twists and psychological breakdowns to prove it!
Jessie is introverted and keeps to herself, and her mother is her best friend. And her mother loves her so deeply.
Her mother is also imperfect, we learn. Keeping things from Jessie. It is hard to tell at first if she lies to protect herself or to protect Jessie.
And then Jessie finds out her social security number is tied to someone deceased. How can this be? I loved her so much. Her insomnia is so understandable.
The last time she truly slept, she missed the most important moment of her life. And then that twist… Well it is polarizing for sure! When I first read it I was so confused.
Was that…? Did I just read that…? But yes, dear reader! You did just read that correctly! But it was positively mind-blowing and I enjoyed it.
And then the very ending was completely perfect for me. I hope you enjoy this one, book friends!
I read this with a few of my Traveling Sisters! Be sure to peak around goodreads for their reviews! Many thanks to Harlequin books for my advanced copy of this book.
View all 25 comments. Needing some time to think on this one and process But reader, go into this blind. Full review to come. View all 11 comments.
Oct 02, JanB rated it really liked it Shelves: netgalley. Mary Kubica gets so much right: the effects of sleep deprivation, the manifestations of grief, the physical symptoms of impending death in a person with a terminal illness, as well as the emotional turmoil of infertility and its detrimental effects on a marriage.
I appreciate how much she researches her topics and gives her readers an accurate portrayal of these issues. Told in a dual narrative, I found both story lines compelling.
The current day story revolves around Jessie who is grieving her Mary Kubica gets so much right: the effects of sleep deprivation, the manifestations of grief, the physical symptoms of impending death in a person with a terminal illness, as well as the emotional turmoil of infertility and its detrimental effects on a marriage.
She has plans to move forward with plans to go to college, but finds out she has no birth certificate or valid social security number.
Mired in grief, and suffering from chronic insomnia, she goes days without sleep. As she investigates this turn of events, her mental state deteriorates and the line between reality and imagination blurs.
The reader is left wondering if what is happening is real or is she hallucinating due to lack of sleep? The devastation and the desperation she feels is palpable.
Her inability to have a baby weighs on her mind constantly and her marriage suffers. The author does a great job detailing the emotional toll and consequences of infertility.
I was also left unsettled and wondered just how far Eden would go in her quest to have a child. By now, most readers have heard about The Ending.
Some readers were surprised in a good way and loved it. Others felt cheated and hated it. I had to mull it over for a while and decided I liked how there were hints throughout the story which made sense once I got to the end.
Was it my favorite ending of all time? But neither was it the worst. I fall somewhere in the middle. I was definitely surprised!
View all 38 comments. Sep 23, Carol Bookaria rated it really liked it Shelves: netgalley , , mistery-thriller , fiction , top This novel had an unexpected ending which you may love or hate.
In my case, it upset me but then I made peace with it. It is the kind of ending that will make you say to the book: Are you serious? And after all those emotions I concluded it was still worth the read.
Jessica Sloane is a year old who applied for college and was informed her social security number does not belong to her. From then on we follow the main character trying to unravel the mystery This novel had an unexpected ending which you may love or hate.
From then on we follow the main character trying to unravel the mystery of her identity. Just like this novel, those were absolutely engaging page-turners.
They have been put in difficult situations which keeps you wondering how are you going to get out of this one? Overall, I had a good time reading this novel and recommend it to readers of thrillers, mysteries, and contemporary fiction.
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Written by Anonymous. Somehow the 70's were so bad and dull that even ghosts had to find more to do. Good: The acting was fine, not great or memorable but fine.
The story is a good one, even if over used by movies and the "true story" part is always somewhat of a draw. Although I question the trueness.
Being set in the 's wasn't too bad and I think they hit the overall 70's feel and look pretty well. The whole haunting thing is always popular as well which always makes a film alluring to watch.
The Bad: Nothing new to see here, except it takes place in England instead of the eastern U. How many films to the makers of this one think we haven't seen or forgot.
There was also very little to cause you to jump in your seat or really fill you with fright when you really do turn out the lights.
It was interesting to watch, they did well bringing the 70's era into it, and not to much to gripe about acting wise.
The originalness of the story is questionable at best, and seems to be a combination of a few older movies that came out in the era it takes place.
It wasn't nearly scary, and other than a few tiny parts, provided none of the "jump" effect a movie like this needs.
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