We have some absolutely amazing news to share with you all and we couldn’t be anymore excited to have one of our favourite authors Wendy Walker spend some time with us to celebrate her paperback edition release April 28, 20120 for The Night Before. Wendy will be joining us for a Q & A in our Behind the Pages Goodreads group on April 27 @3:00 EST to discuss The Night Before, her writing process and give us a sneak peek into Don’t Look for Me. Please join us by adding a question or comment into the thread which you can find the Spoiler Free Q & A here

From our reviews for The Night Before

If I were to give you one piece of advice while reading this book would be to put all your other books aside so you can totally be immersed in this tale. 

WENDY WALKER delivers an intriguing, clever and engaging read here with quite a few surprising twists and turns. The story is told in multiple timelines with alternating points of view between two sisters, Laura and Rosie and therapy sessions between Laura and her therapist. The intensity level of the story increases slowly as the story progresses and had me guessing and questioning almost everything that was happening in this book. What really made this novel for me was Laura’s character and the ending. She was a complicated, relatable, believable and realistic character. 

This was a fast-paced, tension-filled, edge-of-your-seat thrilling read!   I couldn’t flip these pages fast enough! I absolutely love Wendy Walker’s writing – it pulled me in from page one and kept me fully captivated and intrigued until the very end. The various perspectives flow perfectly, revealing new pieces of this addictive and twisty story that will have you changing your theory more than a few times throughout.

The gripping and speedy pace, the vivid characters, the skillful narration, the unwavering tension.   It all adds up to one fantastic story that will leave you in high anticipation of what Wendy Walker will come out with next! 

I love unreliable characters and Wendy Walker does such a great job here with keeping me on our toes with the best possible sense of dread as I tried to figure out who was the danger and who was in danger.

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