BOOK REVIEW | His & Hers by Alice Feeney

Rating: 5 out of 5.

His & Hers | Alice Feeney
Audiobook | Publication Date: July 28th 2020 | St. Martin’s Press & Macmillan Audio

Have you checked out the new Netgalley Shelf app? because I’m in love and there are some AMAZING Read Now titles right now including this amazing audiobook by Alice Feeney that I was able to listen to thanks to St. Martin’s Press and Macmillan Audio.

I was thoroughly engaged in this audiobook, as someone who struggles with how long they take to listen to, I was using every excuse I could to be able to finish this book! Fantastic characters, the narration was INCREDIBLE – the voice changer made it even more perfect for me, so creepy and fun, it made me thrilled to have chosen to listen to this book!  

Anna Andrews is a tv reporter who has suddenly been demoted, and not only that but has to go to Blackwell to cover a story. Inspector Jack Harper, is the head of the Major Crimes Unit in Blackwell, and the two characters have a past. Along with Jack & Anna, the killer tells the story to make this multi POV story an intense page turner – read it, as soon as possible, I highly recommend the audiobook!

There were some incredible quotes throughout this title, it made me wish I had an in hand copy as well to highlight the ones I loved most, especially from Anna’s innermost thoughts. That we’re all living a make believe life, to keep what others see as something different than who we are made the details of the book that much better. 

The creepy details of the murders kept me intrigued and horrified at the same time – like something terrible you just can’t help but watch. 

It will surprise you, entertain you, at times gross you out, but always make you want to keep turning the pages – read His & Hers, as soon as possible, I highly recommend the audio version!

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