Book review

The Reunion by Guillaume Musso @Tr4cyF3nt0n @wnbooks

The blog tour for The Reunion by Guillaume Musso is in full swing and I have the great pleasure of sharing my review as part of the tour today. Many thanks to Tracy Fenton for the invite.

About the book

FRENCH RIVIERA, WINTER 1992
On a freezing night, as her high school campus is engulfed by a snowstorm, 19-year-old Vinca Rockwell runs away with Alexis, her philosophy teacher.

No one will ever see them again.

FRENCH RIVIERA, SPRING 2017
Formerly inseparable, Thomas, Maxime and Fanny – Vinca’s best friends – have not spoken in twenty-five years. But when they receive an invitation to their school reunion, they know they must go back one final time.

Because there is a body buried in that school… 

…and they’re the ones who put it there.

Available to purchase on 11th July but can be pre-ordered now – Amazon

My thoughts

Translated from French, The Reunion tells the story of three friends attending a school reunion. Thomas, Maxime and Fanny were best friends with Vinca when at age 19 she seemingly ran away with her philosophy teacher never to be seen again. The school gymnasium is due to be demolished soon and the three friends know there is a body hidden behind the concrete walls. What did happen to Vinca and why is there a body hidden at the school.

Told in a duel timeline I thoroughly enjoyed this story. It was a very absorbing read and I found I couldn’t put it down. I kept turning the pages trying to figure out what was going to happen next.

I really enjoyed the way we slowly got to know each character and what secrets they were hiding it really gave an edge to the story which was very twisty and full of surprises. Like with any thriller, I love to play along and try to guess the outcome and each time I thought I had it I was proved wrong.

I have to say I really did enjoy this book, it’s filled with tension within a beautiful setting and it’s a thrilling page turner that I will definitely be recommending.

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