Her revelations and the entire ending left me so shocked that I put the book in a time out for a good ten minutes before I furiously looked through the beginning of the book to see what subtle hints I had missed there were a ton! I would recommend this book to anyone who wants a story that causes you to become so invested that your only choice is to finish the book in one sitting. This book contains not one but two intense murder mysteries — freakily interwoven even though they took place over years apart.
I couldn't believe how Locke tied everything together, and with such beautiful writing, too! My absolute favorite twist is in Gone Girl. My heart started racing, and I ran into my roommate's room to tell her how my life was just altered. If you somehow haven't seen the movie or heard what the twist is, drop everything and read this right now! I'm never ever surprised in books, yet somehow Gillian Flynn was able to floor me. This is the kind of shock that makes you bolt upright in your chair, feverishly turn the pages, and think, "Did she really— is this actually— OH MY GOD.
This is one of the best books I've read that I recommend continuously. There's the big mystery of the whole book that you're trying to figure out while reading, but also smaller secrets spread throughout that keep you interested. Endless twists and surprises combined with wonderful, quirky characters makes this one of the best mysteries I've ever read! Yes, I read it as a kid, but I still think about the ending a decade later. I would recommend this book to any "kid at heart" with a love of mystery and an interest in the dark side of regular people.
The main character is investigating the recent death of her husband when she discovers that it's connected to the brutal murder of her sister years ago. And are they both somehow related to the suspicious suicide of her husband's brother? I was so surprised by the ending and all the reactions and revelations that came with.
Red Queen absolutely blew my mind! It is about a dystopian world where people are divided by blood: silver for the higher social order with supernatural powers and red for the poor and maltreated. When Mare, an ordinary red-blooded girl, discovers that she has silver powers, everything is changed forever.
The big twist is just so unpredictable and unexpected that it makes you stop for at least 20 minutes to stare at the wall and just be amazed. As Aveyard says: Anyone can betray anyone. I was enthralled with the book from the start, but when the twist happened, I actually screamed in shock, horror, and surprise! I actually scared the other people in my house — they thought something was wrong and came running. When the only person holding the key to solving a string of grisly crimes is a year-old child, you know the book's going to be twisted. And that's exactly what The Killing Lessons is — with enough heart-racing action and insanity to keep you up way past your bed time.
The Girl on the Train had me on the edge of my seat the entire time. The twist got me going, "What the actual fuck just happened?!? No way! You will be asking yourself so many questions throughout.
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This book is better than Girl on the Train and Gone Girl by far. The first half of the book starts slow, but when you get to the first twist it completely blows your mind. I read for 6 hours straight and skipped dinner to finish it! Not one twist, but two The nice thing: Even if you jump to the end and read the last few pages, you won't get it unless you've read everything that goes before.
The Murder of Roger Akroyd is just amazing. And then you'll be staring at the last page with your mouth wide open.
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From Boston to Botswana and back again, this is classic Rizzoli and Isles: an epic crime-solving quest run through with derring-do and drama aplenty. Die Again brings whole new meaning to "predator vs. One night, Mia Dennett enters a bar to meet her on-again, off-again boyfriend. But when he doesn't show, she unwisely leaves with an enigmatic stranger. At first Colin Thatcher seems like a safe one-night stand. But following Colin home will turn out to be the worst mistake of Mia's life.
The novel captured and kept my attention, but the ending — down to the very last word — blew me away. No other book has ever left me so speechless. Madeline is allergic to basically everything, but when a new boy moves in next door, she'll risk everything just to meet him. This huge twist ruined my life, and I hated it. Warning: don't read this if you get angry at books easily The whole Dark Tower series by Stephen King is unbelievably amazing, but the final twist in the last book just left me reeling. I tried to guess how the story was going to end the entire time I was reading it, and I never once saw it coming.
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But that's what makes Dear Mr. M so gripping, slippery, and smart. I'd already read the first two Maze Runner books, so I thought I knew what I was in for in the conclusion. But then I was walking and reading and had to literally stop to process it. Needless to say, I cried horribly right there on the street.
I'm a really great plot twist guesser but this book messed with my head in the best way. The whole story was so interesting and compelling which is what made the twist so good — it was so shocking and not used as a cheap ploy. I finished it and sat just thinking for 20 minutes because I was so shocked. Every morning, Melanie waits in her cell to be collected for class. When they come for her, Sergeant keeps his gun pointing at her while two of his people strap her into the wheelchair. She thinks they don't like her.
She jokes that she won't bite, but they don't laugh. This is the way the world ends It starts with the great red rift across the heart of the world, spewing ash that blots out the sun. It starts with death, with a murdered son and a missing daughter. It starts with betrayal, and long dormant wounds rising up to fester. This is the Stillness, a land long familiar with catastrophe, where the power of the earth is wielded as a weapon.
And where there is no mercy. The plot twist in this one hit me like a train! I think it was the fascinating premise and interesting characters that kept distracting me. When one is finally offered to her, she realizes with alarm that the libretto is based on a hidden piece of her past. Only four could have betrayed her: one is dead, one loves her, one wants to own her. And one, she hopes, never thinks of her at all. This thing is just pure magic. New clues and characters and drama around every corner, and all set in such an enchanting era.
Oswald's Grammar School for Boys seems is coming apart at the seams as increasingly serious incidents befall its students. Who's behind the madness — and why? I got to the twist while on a train and it took a lot of self-control to not start telling strangers about it. Honestly, it's just too good not to read.
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Plus, I need more people to have read it so I can discuss it! I just had to put the book down and walk away. The book reads from the perspective of a somewhat-awkward-yet-charming-psychopath — that's all I'll tell you. Vida Winter, a bestselling English author, has a very You discover and uncover her life as she recounts it for a new tell-all biography, and people will tell you the twist is insane — but you'll still never know what hit you 'til it hits you.
How surprising can a work of nonfiction really be? If you're asking that question, then you definitely haven't read Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. A man stands trial for the murder of a renowned male hustler, but that's just the tip of the iceberg — because the slice of Savannah, GA presented in this book is absolutely crawling with strange, eccentric, and unpredictable characters who leave you dumbfounded over and over again. This ain't your typical family saga.
Yes, there's the domineering patriarch and rebellious daughter, but also a host of spirits that trickle their way in to twist the tinkerings of fate for the entire Trueba clan.
Horrifying, historical, hilarious — this book has a little bit of everything. This book blew my mind. Everything you think you know and believe about privacy, the pursuit of knowledge, and the plot! I was left reeling for literally months after I finished. Bittersweet is like a beach read with some zest. Added by 7 of our members. When Kendra Donovan's plan to return to the 21st century fails, leaving her stranded in , the Duke of Aldridge believes he knows the reason - she must save his nephew, who has been accused of brutally murdering his ex-mistress.
Former FBI agent Kendra Donovan's attempts to return to the twenty-first century have failed, leaving her stuck at Aldridge Castle in And her problems have just begun: in London, the Duke of Aldridge's nephew Alec - Kendra's confidante and lover - has come under suspicion for murdering his former mistress, Lady Dover, who was found viciously stabbed with a stiletto, her face carved up in a bizarre and brutal way. Lady Dover had plenty of secrets, and her past wasn't quite what she'd made it out to be.