A Good Family, a review by Shelley

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Matt Goldman

Tor Publishing Group | Forge Books
Publication Date: May 30th, 2023
304 Pages
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This was a very quick read for me as it was suspenseful and interesting enough and I wanted to know why and how Jack kept disappearing. But it was not an enjoyable read getting to that destination as it was very repetitive and dragged in some parts. I did like the chapters about Katie’s younger years and what led up to the way she is regarding family.

The ending/twist was easily figured out, anti-climatic, overdone and completely unbelievable. I know this is fiction and it really shouldn’t matter but I can’t help but feel like my intelligence is being insulted. The whole Noah thing just didn’t make sense either. I liked the premise but the book really lacked when it came to the execution.

Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for the Advance Readers Copy.

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