Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Sharp Objects: A Review
A Librarian Review of Sharp Objects
Gilian Flynn’s first novel, Sharp Objects is hauntingly narrated by Ann Marie Lee in a stellar performance that will have you looking forward to your morning commute. Flynn crafts tragedy, psychological thriller, and mystery, into an addictive tale that will be etched into your skin much the way WICKED is etched into Camille Preaker. You will never look at your small town the same way again.
Bad language and disturbing, graphic descriptions are tastefully delivered but not something you want the kids to hear. Besides, this gripping story will demand all of your attention.
Place a hold on the audiobook or eBook from New Hampshire's digital collection.
(Thanks for the great review, Julie!)