Harlan Coben is a fan favorite, as they say in certain circles, and an author that whips out bestsellers on a regular basis. I used to rely on his books for the escape factor, but his last one left me unfullfilled and disappointed...almost like an old friendship gone astray. Coben was my "default" author, always steadfast, so I'm hopeful his new book, titled Six Years will cajole me back into his world of trepidation and suspense. I'm looking forward to it.
SIX YEARS BY HARLAN COBEN
This starred review was published in the Library Journal
Jake Fisher finds the love of his life, Natalie, and imagines their future together as husband and wife. Instead, she dumps him and a few days later then invites him to her wedding to a man she just met. Jake watches Natalie take her vows, and she tells him to leave her alone forever.
For six years, he keeps that promise. But when he sees Natalie’s husband’s obituary, Jake decides to attend the funeral and comfort Natalie. He is stunned to discover that the man’s widow is not Natalie and that the church where he watched her marry has no record of the ceremony.
Verdict: Coben is one of the best thriller writers in the business, and he delivers another amazing novel that will resonate with readers long after the final page is turned. The narrative is immersive, and the well-drawn characters and twisting plotting are stellar. With such a cool hook and a surprising and satisfying payoff, don’t wait six years to read what might be Coben’s best since Tell No One. —LIBRARY JOURNAL (starred review)
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