The Passenger by:Lisa Lutz

The PassengerThe Passenger by Lisa Lutz
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Imagine how exhausting it is to spend your entire life in performance.

Meet Tanya Dubois, Ameilia Keen, Debra Maze, Emma Lark, Sonia Lubovich, Paige, Jo and Nora Glass – the one thing that they have in common is a woman on the run for 10 years. Your thrust into the life of Tanya whose husband has met an unfortunate death. An accident but since Tanya is running from the past she doesn’t stick around and becomes a person of interest in the death of her husband. While on the run she meets Blue a bar maid that sees thru Tanya and they share a commonality of a past that they are running from. They develop a friendship until another death sends them to part ways and switch identities. You are taken on a ride never knowing what Tanya is running from, why she is running until the very end. As she runs with each new identity, a email conversation between Ryan and Jo is a teaser of who Tanya really is. So another words pay attention.

I found this protagonist interesting and I was hanging on for the ride to know who she really was. In someway I became the passenger of this journey. The ending was a total surprise of Ryan and Jo that will keep thinking about this book for a very long time.

A Special Thank you to Simon & Schuster and Netgalley for the ARC and the opportunity to post an honest review.

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