the wives, a review

The Wives by Tarryn Fisher

 

Desire or sanity: what’s more important?

Thursday married the man of her dreams. There’s only one catch: he has two other wives. Thursday is wed to a polygamist, so by proxy, she’s one too. She gets her husband two days a week, and the rest of his time is taken up by the others. Thursday has never met the other two wives, and she doesn’t even know their names.

But her ignorance doesn’t last long. When Thursday is feeling most vulnerable, she goes through her husbands phone and beings to track down the two mysterious women that she shares her husband with. What Thursday finds takes the reader on a twisting, suspenseful, unexpected journey and I was on the edge of my seat the entire time.

I picked up The Wives unexpectedly; I hadn’t read a thriller in quite a while. It didn’t disappoint and pushed me back on the ‘suspenseful reads’ train. If you are looking for a novel that is fast-paced, thrilling and surprising, pick up the instant New York Times bestseller The Wives. I guarantee you’ll be entertained.

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