What might you see if you looked out your window?
Thank you Penguin Random House Audio for the complimentary audiobook!
When Ginette’s doctors tell her she needs an environment with less excitement, she moves to a sleepy suburban New York town.
She manages to find her own enjoyment watching neighbors through the window and making up names and stories for them.
It doesn’t take long though for the enjoyment to turn to terror. She begins hearing noises in the basement and her agoraphobia causes her to be trapped with whatever is down there. Or is she just going crazy?
💭 This was my first book by this author. I enjoyed the writing style. Ginette came to life for me even with the shortness of the book.
This trope has been done before in the way of Hitchcock’s Rear Window and Finn’s The Woman in the Window. However I enjoyed the twist of having the house as a character of its own.
I definitely plan to read more by this author!