This book was sent to me by the publisher in exchange for my honest review.
Title: The First Mistake
Author: Sandie Jones
Published: June 11, 2019
Publisher: Minotaur Books
Review: I had seen a few things about this book when I first heard about it and had definitely heard some amazing things about the authors first novel, The Other Woman. I was ecstatic to receive a copy of The First Mistake from Minotaur Books because I was definitely not disappointed.
Firstly, the entire time I was reading this novel, I felt like I was being directed in one way only to continue being surprised by everything that kept unfolding. The main character, Alice, goes through some major transformations and developments as she continues learning new things about the life she though she was living.
Most characters in this story are simply there to provide connections and relationships that should exist to help support the main characters of Alice (the wife), Nathan (the husband) and Beth (the best friend). As their stories all start to unravel, you really experience most of the story through Alice and also through Beth.
Sandie Jones does a great job weaving a detailed and thoughtful plot sequence that slowly unravels and plays to everyone’s biggest fears in the best way possible.
I am giving this book a 5 star review because the author kept me invested in the main character not just through interest in her story but also because I felt compelled to want to help her find the answers. All characters played a necessary role and the story was highly engaging.
3 responses to “Book Review: The First Mistake by Sandie Jones”
Ooh fab review. Now I am excited as I have this book. Lovely review 😍
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I wasn’t too sure on it either when I first got it, but definitely a great read!
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The First Mistake By Sandie Jones
This is a must read. Exciting from beginning to end.
You will have a hard time putting this book down..
I will definitely be reading more books by Sandie Jones.
I got the book free from the publisher for my honest opinion.
Book will be available to purchase on June 6. A must buy.