Review: The Woman in Cabin 10

The Woman in Cabin 10
The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

Laura (Lo) Blacklock has been included on an exclusive cruise due to her job at a travel magazine. It is an amazing opportunity for her and although she is robbed soon before her departure she decides to go on the trip anyway. Her first night there she is witness to something she can’t quite believe and begins investigating exactly what happened. The further she digs into the mystery the more her life is in danger, but yet she just can’t seem to stop until she knows the truth.

This book was tedious to finish. It seemed to just drag and drag and the conclusion seemed to just fall flat. The plot was not helped by having unlikeable Lo as the narrator who was a huge downer, and it might have helped to have more breaks from her point of view (there are some, but not enough). Overall I think this book was a missed opportunity, the plot twist was interesting enough but it took so long to get to that I didn’t quite care so much when it came about.


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