Providence by Caroline Kepnes

Providence by Caroline Kepnes

My rating: 3 of 5 stars


This has been sitting on my to-read list for 3 years. Glad I didn’t read this in the depths of pandemic quarantine. The story is centered around isolation, identity, and pretending to adult but failing at all the parts that matter. Not quite balanced enough by the “just let weirdos be weirdos and stop bothering them” message. Didn’t hit me the way I expected because there are too many themes and ideas that don’t quite come together for high impact. That being said, it’s a solid book, especially if you like strange crime and detectives who are determined to the point of obsession.



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