finished reading

My jaw actually dropped at the end of this book.  To say I didn't see the twists coming is a great homage to the author.  This is my first time reading Freida McFadden but I will be picking up more when I'm in the mood for a psychological thriller mystery.  Hot dang!  What a story!  

The school setting was very well done--with the mean girl and teacher grind.  I liked the short chapters that kept me turning pages.  It's so twisty with twisted characters.  I was curious to know who was reliable and what was true.  I couldn't put it down.

From the publisher:
Lesson #1: Trust no one.

Eve has a good life. She wakes up each day, kisses her husband Nate, and heads off to teach math at the local high school. All is as it should be. Except…

Last year, Caseham High was rocked by a scandal involving a student-teacher affair, with one student, Addie, at its center. But Eve knows there is far more to these ugly rumors than meets the eye.

Addie can’t be trusted. She lies. She hurts people. She destroys lives. At least, that’s what everyone says.

But nobody knows the real Addie. Nobody knows the secrets that could destroy her. And Addie will do anything to keep it quiet…

#52bookclub prompt 13: an academic thriller.

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