The Woman in the Park by Teresa Sorkin, Tullan Holmqvist

Holy Shooty Balls and Hot Diggity, Dang!! We are so excited to share just how much we loved The Woman in the Park by authors Teresa Sorkin and Tullan Holmqvist. We highly recommend and will be recommending it as a Traveling Friends Group read.

Norma’s review

This was one riveting, tense & twisty psychological thriller!

THE WOMAN IN THE PARK by TERESA SORKIN and TULLAN HOLMQVIST was such an awesome and unexpected treasure of a book that was so darn entertaining and thrilling to read. I was immediately hooked and obsessed with what I was reading and couldn’t put this book down.

It really consumed my thoughts and I loved how this book tapped into all of my emotions—which even got a little under my skin. At one point I was so riled up with what was happening that I might have overreacted a little bit and forcefully closed my book. But my curiosity was piqued and I just had to read on. Then the next moment reading my jaw dropped and I was totally shocked by the turn of events. I loved that I was in the dark until that shocking and pivotal moment.

TERESA SORKIN and TULLAN HOLMQVIST deliver an extremely entertaining, suspenseful, gripping, baffling, fast-paced and well-written read here that I was constantly battling with as I was questioning the integrity and sanity of our main character here. I absolutely loved how seamlessly and cleverly written this story was and thought the authors did a fabulous job with the delivery.

This was a fantastic little book that packed quite the punch and had me questioning everything that I was reading.

Brenda’s review

Brenda’s review

That was no walk in the park but a sprint right to that final reveal that left me cheering for just how brilliantly written The Woman in the Park is.

At only 207 pages, The Woman in the Park is an intense, complex and entertaining story that questions what is real. I flew through it a couple of hours, only stopping for hubby time. I am not allowed even to have a book or Ipad near me because I can’t be trusted not to try and sneak a chapter in. I was still thinking about it and couldn’t wait to get back to it.

This is one I think you are better off not knowing too much about before going in, so I am not going to say too much about the story or how sharply written I thought this one was. I think it’s one you need to experience yourself. There are twists that come out of nowhere ( not so convincing) and then there are twists that are so well executed that you feel came out of nowhere but then realize just how tightly layered they are. With this one, some readers might see it coming while others might not but no matter which one, it’s easy to see just how clever it is written. Well, I am happy to say I thought The Women in the Park is very convincing with these shocking well-layered revelations and our characters here in this story. I highly recommend.

Thank you so much to TERESA SORKIN and TULLAN HOLMQVIST for our copies of this book. It was an absolute pleasure, enjoyable, and thrilling reading experience!

Norma’s Stats:
Cover: Intriguing, eye-catching, mysterious, suspenseful, and a fitting representation to storyline.
Title: Well that title is an extremely clever one and had quite the appealing and exciting representation to storyline.
Writing/Prose: Easy to follow, suspenseful, brisk, well-written, entertaining, immersive, and gripping.
Plot: Engrossing, interesting, suspenseful, gripping, mysterious, puzzling, twisty, clever, refreshing, fast-paced, and entertaining.
Ending: Jaw-dropping, chilling, shocking, and completely satisfying.
Overall: Would absolutely recommend!!! This book definitely took me by surprise in more than one impressionable way!!