Secret Somethings is incredible read. It's well written and utterly gripping from the very first page to the last. Due to issues with converting the copy I received, I only started to read the book yesterday and I begrudged every minute not reading it today. I read it through my tea breaks, during lunch and even on the bus. I had to get to the end, not because I had a deadline, but because I couldn't put it down.
I wanted to delve further into Jude's damaged psyche, I wanted to see how far her relationship with the dangerous (and not in your usual bad boy way) and unpredictable Bryce would go. I did not see the ending coming and the rest of the book was a thrilling roller coaster ride that kept me hooked even on the bus and risking travel sickness. I can't say anything more about this book without giving any spoilers, but take it from me, this book is worth it. I'm even going to splurge on the real paper copy for this, that's how much I enjoyed this.
About the Author
Some would argue that she was an odd child (and an even odder adult) With her morbid sense of humor, Amber has aimed to be as true to her writing as she can by exploring the darker sides of humankind. She loves psychological thrillers and offbeat plots. Her characters might be unlikeable. Her plots might take disturbing twists and turns, but she tries (as always) to explore the most tragic parts of life with as much humor as possible.
Her favorite authors are Gillian Flynn, Liane Moriarty, Tana French and Laura Lippman.
Her favorite movies are dark, suspenseful and (sometimes) romantic. Though she hates most romantic comedies, she absolutely loves (500) Days Of Summer, The Spectacular Now and The Fault In Our Stars.