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Review: Six Years by Harlan Coben

MeDhat SaaDoun By MeDhat SaaDoun Published on November 25, 2015

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Six Years is the first book I’ve read by Harlan Coben, and it certainly won’t be the last. He writes an incredibly exciting thriller, and he does it like a master. Nearly every page contains surprising twists and turns that set my mind whirling and my adrenaline pumping. I was dying to know what came next. With merciless bad guys and a web of suspicious clues as to what really happened to Natalie, the mystery is engrossing, especially when we discover that even the people closest to Jake, the protagonist, are liars. Coben has a talent for putting together a tangled plot of many parts and achieving a seemingly impossible resolution. I kept thinking about the book days after I finished it. (Great thrillers have this effect on me; books that quickly take over my mind are priceless.) I recommend this stunning and outstanding book, but beware: it bites. The conclusion may stay with you longer than you might imagine. You’ve been warned!

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