Review: The Good Daughter by Karin Slaughter

Title: The Good Daughter

Author: Karin Slaughter

Published: August 8,2017

While two young girls are at home with their mother they are surprised with two armed intruders. The violent men are there for their father who is a criminal law attorney, who is known for defending the sickest people. He believes in defense for everyone. The intruders get angry and lose control. The mother is killed in front of the two young girls and they are forced to walk into the woods to face their deaths. One girl runs for her life unfortunately one is left behind to face her demented captors.What the Quinn’s were left with was lost and agony. The family is broken and torn apart.

Twenty right years after this tragic incident, Charlotte Quinn has chased the same career as her father by becoming a lawyer herself. Charlotte is separated and still battling her emotional pain and it has affected her marriage. Being lonely Charlie has a one night stand and ends up with the guy’s phone. So they arrange for her to come to his work at the high school to switch phones. When Charlotte arrives at the school she witnesses a horrible tragedy and brutality of the police force. Will Charlotte be able to handle this trauma, face her husband who is a prosecutor and deal with issues from her past? Read this razor sharp thriller to find out.

I give this book 5 out of 5 stars! I absolutely love all of Karin Slaughter’s work. The Good Daughter will have you on the edge of your seat turning pages as fast as you can. The plot was super intense. Ms. Slaughter’s books have a way of going to the darkest places of your mind. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves a good thriller. This book will take you on so many twist and turns. The Good Daughter will get in your head and surprise you in the end!

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Hello lovelies! I'm Danielle a.k.a Dani and I'm a huge Book Dragon! I say Dragon because I'm majestic asf not because my derriere is large;) I am a part of my local Friends of the Library where I get involved with reading communities,author signings, author interviews and book sales! I am obsessed with BOOKS! I am a proud bilbliophile and love reading so much because it is what saved my life! I was in a very dark place and stuck in bed because of my chronic illnesses until I started reading faithfully. Reading allows me to go on so many journeys when I am stuck where I'm at. Reading allows my free spirit to be free! I love everything about books from the way they smell and feel to the way they give me the ultimate escape from reality. I love to review books and get recommendations for future reads. I'm a member of NetGalley and review books on different platforms as well! I love meeting new people and finding the beauty in everything. I love all types of books from wet my pants humor (thanks motherhood), to I love you so much that I want to kiss your face romance novels, to the hairs sticking back of my neck suspense and even some books that might wet your panties in a more erotic fashion! I am a stay at home mom for the most part. I have some awesome kids whom I passed on the joy of reading. I love spending free time to volunteer at small struggling bookstores and donating books to the less fortunate. I have an associates degree in Psychology and starting on a degree in Literature in 2018. My goal and dream is to become a bilbliotherapist. So I can share the love of reading with those who are suffering physically or emotionally. I am also random, sarcastic and very open minded. There is no subject that is off limits for me and I promise to listen with an open mind! I hope you enjoy my blog and would love some recommendations and feedback! I am looking forward to meeting fellow book lovers, book molesters or anyone else who is interested! I blog about other things besides books occasionally as well. I love reading and following different blogs so I can interact with new interesting people. Love you guys and thanks for checking out my site! i appreciate all my followers, any feedback or recommendations!

12 thoughts on “Review: The Good Daughter by Karin Slaughter”

    1. It is tragic but its also empowering in a way. Slaughter’s books are super intense psychological thrillers. Some people can’t handle the intensity even I have to take a break from her work when I’m down in the dumps because her thrillers will take you on a razor sharp ride! Thanks for the feedback!

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