“The lowest point of your life can lead to the highest.”
A health resort. A goddess, once a leader in a man’s world, now a divine leader to worlds unknown. A group of nine strangers longing for a difference in themselves, expectations low with results they could never have dreamed up.
The shallow become rich.
The rich become empty.
The empty will overflow.
They may someday look back to regret this 10-day twilight zone, but no one does. No one knows how much was real. But everyone knows they couldn’t be more different than before they arrived.
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This book isn’t deep. It isn’t scary. Neither is it simple nor boring. Nine Perfect Strangers was obviously not some story quickly put together yet as enjoyable as it was, you walk away feeling like you do coming from a murder mystery game played with friends. The story is unique and while it doesn’t dive into any unknown territory, it does leave you happy to have read it. You’ll feel thankful that every ending wasn’t tied neatly in place with a giant bow and you’ll walk away feeling like you were part of something. Or at least a witness to it.
I can see a lot of people absolutely loving this book and I can see a lot of people saying “I don’t get all the hype.” It was a good book. Fun. Thought provoking. Funny for sure!! I love her humor. I would love to see her write a thriller because she showed a little of herself in here and it was so enticing to see.
Enjoy the book. Be glad you read it.
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