Book Review: Lock Every Door by Riley Sager

Book Rating


Book Review

Riley Sager does it again! I have loved Sager’s other books. Check out my posts on them: The Last Time I Lied and Final Girls. All five star reads to me, so when I saw Lock Every Door, I was immediately sure that it wouldn’t let me down. And, I wasn’t wrong!

With less than $500 to her name, freshly single, and jobless, Jules is eager to accept a job that seems too good to be true. She gets to become an apartment sitter of a coveted New York building with an amazing name. What most people would do for free, Jules gets to do while making a lot of money. However, as her friend Chloe warns, if it seems too good to be true, it just might be.

This book had me sucked in from the first page. Jules is a fascinating character with a backstory that could easily be turned into a book of it’s own. Dealt a horrible hand at life, she is truly scraping by and doing the absolute best she can. This is the opportunity she needs to get back on her feet.

This book is suspenseful right from the beginning. You know without a doubt that something is definitely wrong. While Jules searches desperately for the truth, you realize along with her that there is something wrong about this building…

I won’t ruin any of it for you but I HIGHLY suggest reading this book! Go now!


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