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The Wrong Move by Jennifer Savin

Genre: Fiction
Publisher: Ebury Press
Source: Random Things Tours
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About The Book

YOU THOUGHT IT WAS THE PERFECT FLAT…
When Jessie moves into a flatshare at Maver Place, she’s finally found a decent place to live.
And when she’s befriended by fellow tenants Lauren and Sofie, she’s got great flatmates to share it with.
You think she’s safe. You think she can trust these people.
You’re wrong.
When you flatshare, how well


My Thoughts

Just the thought of having to share my personal space with someone I don’t know creeps me out. I know is something totally normal, but one thing is going to live with some friends and the other is moving to a flat with 4 unknown people, I don’t think I could! And if you think on the situation we are living right now, without being able to leave the flat and sharing the space with them… this is a horror story!
Jokes a part, this had been a very interesting and original read, the situation is something we all have lived or know someone on the same situation, so it was easy to be on Jessie Campbell’s skin. The need to find a place to live and meeting someone who seems nice and that you can trust… of course then the problems will start… But who doesn’t have a fight with their roomies? And when things start to escalate, the problem will be to discover who you can trust!
The story is easy to enter and to read, told mainly by Jess but with some perspectives from the other characters, you can’t stop reading and want to know more about the story and how everything will end. The story talks about friendship, lies, betrayals and domestic violence; all of them having their own space within the story and making the reader more involved in it.
The Wrong Move is an interesting read to let your mind disconnect and be a little scared of the people you are sharing your space… remember that you never know completely anyone! 😉


About The Author

JENNIFER SAVIN is an award-winning journalist and currently Features Writer at Cosmopolitan. Jennifer has a particular passion for investigative journalism – something which has found her in all manner of situations, from going undercover to share a tiny bedroom with a stranger for 10 days while tackling the housing crisis, to going undercover to expose the ‘landloards’ offering vulnerable women free rent in exchange for sex.