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Six Weeks to Live: A Novel de Catherine…

Six Weeks to Live: A Novel (edição: 2021)

de Catherine McKenzie (Autor)

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Título:Six Weeks to Live: A Novel
Autores:Catherine McKenzie (Autor)
Informação:Atria Books (2021), 384 pages
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Six Weeks to Live de Catherine McKenzie


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When Jennifer receives a diagnosis that she has only six weeks to live, she gathers her family together to tell them the news. But before she can, she ends up in the hospital. While reviewing her test results, she notices something unusual. She then begins to suspect that someone has been trying to kill her, but who could it be? She suspects her estranged husband, but can she prove it? When she tries to figure it out, past secrets come to light. Nothing is as it seems.
Interesting story. I figured out who the culprit was that was trying to kill Jennifer, as all the clues were there. However, I didn’t like any of the characters. They were all so self-absorbed. ( )
  rmarcin | Sep 6, 2021 |
Wow. This book! It honestly started off slow for me and where I usually finish a book within a day or 2, it took me about a week to get through the first half. Im quick to not finish a book if it doesn’t suck me in but I was intrigued and the story was good so I always came back to it. I think my dislike for the characters put me off a little or maybe they just took awhile to fully develop. Anyway, once I hit about 55% the whole game changed and I finished the book within hours. My jaw literally dropped at one point and the twists were so unexpected and insane, in the best ways ever. The ending was great although I wish it had played out differently with the other characters knowing more. This book actually ended up being one of the best books I’ve read in awhile and it’s a story that will stick with me. ( )
  Nikkicolee | Jul 27, 2021 |
Ironic, But Explaining That Is Spoilery. My singular biggest takeaway from this book is just how *HIGHLY* ironic it turns out to be. But explaining that involves discussing specifics of the ending of the book, and thus isn't something I'm going to do in a review. Just not my style. At all.

What I *can* tell you about this book is that for the most part, you've got your expected Catherine McKenzie level mystery here. By which I mean there will be all kinds of twists and turns. Secrets all over the place - including some revealed only in the final pages. Solid pacing. A compelling introduction. And a general sense after reading it of "WOW"/ "WTF". If you're looking for that kind of book, I've yet to be let down with anything I've read from this author... including this very book. Very much recommended. ( )
  BookAnonJeff | Jul 11, 2021 |
Six Weeks to Live
Release 05/04/2021

Aline, Miranda, and Emily are triplets. Their mother Jennifer is dying of brain cancer and has been given six weeks to live. She refuses to grant her husband a divorce, and she barley hanging on by a thread.

In the six weeks, lies, secrets, betrayal, and mental illness all surface, and the girls learn things about their mother that she wanted to take to the grave. But sometimes when you learn things about your life and your past, it's a way of closure for you and the person about to pass. In this book, no secrets were taken to the grave.

I can’t delve too much into this review because it’ll give too much away.
But I absolutely loved it
It’s def one of the best I’ve read so far this year ( )
  amandasgoodbooks | Jul 3, 2021 |
I knew it..... I guessed the culprit early on, but, I had changed my mind a few times as the book was unfolding, but in the end, I was right to begin with.
What a mess this story was! A definite page turner. I needed to keep plugging on to find out all the details, which are all revealed in the end. I do believe all of the characters had some form of mental illness, including Bea.
This was a very good novel and kept my interest all the way through. I will read more from this author. ( )
  vintage-series-Lisa | May 26, 2021 |
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