This Might Hurt: The gripping thriller from the author of Richard & Judy bestseller The Recovery of Rose Gold
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Lewis, Hilary (25 October 2022). "Gotham Awards: Tár, Aftersun Lead Nominees". The Hollywood Reporter . Retrieved 25 October 2022. Expertly paced, hugely unsettling, and perfectly dark, you’ll be gripped in this clever exploration of fear and vulnerability right until the flawless ending—one you’ll most certainly want to talk about. The POV changes between Natalie and Kit. There are also chapters told from the perspective of a daughter of a tyrannical, diabolical father. Imagine having to accrue enough activity points to be allowed to sleep at night. It takes awhile to figure out who this daughter is.a b c d e f g h i j k Palmer, Katie (9 February 2022). "This Is Going to Hurt episode 1 cast: Who is in the cast?". Daily Express . Retrieved 5 March 2022.
This Might Hurt: The gripping thriller from the author of
Well, after devouring “Darling Rose Gold” in one sit, I was so happy to add another brilliant author at my favorite women thriller writers who scare the living daylights out of me list. Stephanie Wrobel can surprise you with her mentally disturbed characters who can easily make your precious jaws drop with their extreme and impressively bad shit crazy actions! The cult plot just wasn’t doing it for me. I can read about real-life cults all day long, but for whatever reasons, I don’t like it in fiction.
It’s hard not to fall under the spell of Wisewood, or Wrobel’s mesmerizing, edge-of-your-seat storytelling. A deep dive into psychological abuse and manipulation and their long-lasting emotional and mental tolls; will certainly leave a mark.” For me, the timeline of the book wasn't quite believable. Everything here happens within a day. But it feels like Kirby's in school a lot longer than he should be. There's all this time between classes where bullying happens. Overall, the events don't seem like they add up to a single day. The events would have made more sense if they spread out over a series of days, instead.