Woman in Cabin 10 (Ware) - Book Reviews

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A fantasy trip aboard a luxury liner turns nightmarish for a young journalist in The Woman in Cabin 10, the pulse-quickening new novel
Oprah Magazine

Ruth Ware is back with her second hair-on-the-back-of-your-neck-tingling tale.
Marie Claire

[U]nderwhelming.... Those expecting a Christie-style locked-room mystery at sea will be disappointed.
Publishers Weekly

(Starred review.)  Ware's follow-up to her best-selling debut, In a Dark, Dark Wood, is a gripping maritime psychological thriller that will keep readers spellbound. The intense final chapters just might induce heart palpitations. —Mary Todd Chesnut, Northern Kentucky Univ. Lib., Highland Heights
Library Journal

(Starred review.) [A] dark, desperate tension that will appeal to Ware’s and Gillian Flynn’s many fans. This is the perfect summer read for those seeking a shadowy counter to the sunshine.

[A] a classic "paranoid woman" story with a modern twist in this tense, claustrophobic mystery.... Despite [its] successful formula, and a whole lot of slowly unraveling tension, the end is somehow unsatisfying.... Too much drama at the end detracts from a finely wrought and subtle conundrum.
Kirkus Reviews

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