This was a fast-paced and gripping thriller with characters who seemed flat at first but were well-developed by the end of the novel.
Our House tells the story of a terrible scam that occurred for the main character, Fi. She and her husband, Bram, separated but agree to take turns living in their home with their two boys. When Fi returns home one day, after a weekend away, she finds her house is inhabited by a couple who claim to be the new owners.
The story unfolds through Fi telling her story on a podcast, Bram sharing his side through a Word document, and occasional third person observations.
This was one of those books with morally ambiguous characters, which I love. The story was plausible enough to be absolutely terrifying.
Thank you to Net Galley for the e-book galley to review, and Berkley for the ARC. This book release today.
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