“In a dark, dark wood” is a psychological mysterious crime-fiction book written by Ruth Ware. The story revolves around the protagonist Leonora known as Nora. By profession, she is a crime writer who lives in seclusion for years. One day she receives an invitation letter of hen party from her childhood’s best friend, Florence Clay. Clay arranges a party in
Nora feels strange about the unexpected invitation as she met Clare ten years ago. Anyways, she decides to attend the party hesitatingly and finally reaches there, but late, accompanied by her friend, Nina. There, she feels upset in that country-house; depressed and tensed and wanted to rush back to London.
In a Dark Dark Wood Review
In a Dark Dark Wood Review, Ruth Ware style of writing is similar to the Agatha Christie’s. As we are familiar with Christie’s style. In a Dark, Dark Wood, the author brings unfortunate characters on the same ground; the reader develops deep in the story out of curiosity.
In a Dark Dark Wood Review, the introduction of poisonous friendship in the novel by the author enables the novel touching the high sky of popularity. We all have friends in our lives but sometimes any one of our friends become so special for us and that we
Humor in the Story
In a Dark, Dark Wood, I notice that all friends are so young perhaps, that is why they are unable to handle the situation. The author’s aim seems to focus on the
In a Dark, Dark Wood Review, it is shown that the character of Flo can’t be understood, as I couldn’t. She seems to me as a mysterious character. Her intimacy with Clare is perhaps lesbian. Her character remains suspected throughout the story. Ruth depicts the story of
Old memories are the real culprit of stress in the novel. The name of the story is symbolic; the glass house and dark-wood, names and many other elements play a symbolic role in the story. How about going into the mysterious world for a while? Grab its copy, if you like mysterious stories, full of terror and violence, along with positivity too.
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