The Wrong Family by Tarryn Fisher

Kaceey’s Review:

Well, I certainly wasn’t expecting that!💁

Juno is a former therapist, married with a family. Then she lost it all. Down on her luck, she finds the perfect solution by moving in with Winnie and her family.   

Juno doesn’t take up much room and does her best to be as unobtrusive as possible. But there’s something odd going on in the house between Winnie and her family. And Juno, ever the therapist, can’t just turn her back on and ignore. 

Oh my gosh! What a wild and freaky ride!  

The storyline is so bizarre and outlandish I couldn’t tear myself away! I kept saying to myself, (and to Susanne) “this can’t be happening!?” But oh yes, my page-flipping friends, it most certainly did happen!  

Looking for an out of the box thriller? You’ve found a treasure trove here! Mind you, it will require you suspending your believability. But at the same time it was real enough that It still had me looking over my shoulder… you know, just in case!😱 

Don’t miss this latest thriller by Tarryn Fisher! I can’t wait to see what she comes up with next! 

A buddy read with Susanne that left us both in a state of shock over what we just read. 

Thank you to Edelweiss and HarperCollins for an ARC to read and review.

Susanne’s Review:

There is Dysfunction and then there is “The Wrong Family.”  

Freaking Weird, Wild, and Wholly Unexpected.

Frankly, I’ve NEVER READ ANYTHING LIKE IT and no matter how hard I tried, I couldn’t tear my eyes away.  

I was like a rabbit eating my way through my neighbor’s lettuce patch… hungry for more.

(I’m not exactly sure what that says about me, but let’s not analyze that one. (especially if you’ve already read this book, lol!))

So your best bet here is to go in blind, just like I did.  The characters’ crazy machinations will mystify you just as they did me.  

This was a fun buddy read with Ms. Kaceey.  This book gave us lots (and lots) to talk about and I’m sure it will do the same for you.

Thank you to Edelweiss, HarperCollins – Graydon House, and Tarryn Fisher for the arc.

Published on Goodreads on 1.16.21.

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