Book Review: The Woman In Cabin 10, by Ruth Ware

The cover is beautiful, the story is scary, the plot is fast & I recommend you to read this one when you are alone in your dark room, to feel what Lo went through when she sensed another person present in her house, while she was knocked out. If this book doesn’t send shivers down your spine, I don’t know what will. The author has done an excellent job at making you feel all those things Lo feels. The anxiety, the fear, the darkness creeping and clawing at your back.

Travel Journalist Lo finds herself coming face to face with a burglar when she was home alone. This leaves her feeling exposed & vulnerable. Unable to control her anxiety & her fear of the unknown that stares you in the face, she gets a task to travel on a cruise in North Sea. The cabin she is staying at is next to an apparently empty cabin but she didn’t know that until she sees someone overthrowing someone in the cold sea in the wee hours of the morning. No one believes her & she keeps her stance that she saw that happening. She finds herself sticking up for the woman in cabin 10, until she finally finds the truth out.

The ending of this story was rather a little too disappointing, yet I thoroughly enjoyed the book till the very end. The author has ensured that you feel Lo, and everything she feels, which is quite scary TBH. Despite the ending not being oh-so-awesome, this book gets 5 stars from me.



x Zb


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