The Best Kind of People
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The Best Kind of People

Title:The Best Kind of People
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  • Oct 10, 2016

    I'm afraid I really don't understand the hype surrounding this book. It has a great premise and starts off well, but after that it's all downhill. While I did finish it, I found myself rolling my eyes...

  • Sep 27, 2016

    Fuck. I should not have finished this at 1am. My mind is racing, I have no idea how I'm going to go to sleep. ------------------------------------The Best Kind of People is like a train wreck - you wa...

  • May 06, 2017

    *Minor spoilers are in my review *I received this book as a birthday gift from my best friend, but it wasn't until I heard the news that one of my favorite Canadian "celebs" actress/director, Sarah Po...

  • Oct 07, 2016

    For months Joan would replay this moment, trying to decipher the look on her husband’s face. Was it guilt? Confusion? Indignation? Stoicism? Acting? But nothing, not even a revolving camera of omni...

  • Oct 09, 2016

    I was thrilled by the first half--make it maybe two-thirds--of the book (it started as a powerful straight punch) but eventually i felt disappointed. The ending was a big let-down for me, not particul...

  • Feb 21, 2017

    I was really excited to read The Best Kind of People. The blurb sounded great and the very few chapters were really interesting. But then the unlikable characters and boring story line took over. I co...

  • Sep 09, 2016

    As tough as the book's subject matter is, I couldn't peel my eyes away from it. The central question -- how would you react if your loved one is accused of doing a terrible thing? -- is so compelling ...

  • Jun 12, 2017

    You’ll probably like it if: You’re ok with pondering whether you ever really know someone, you’re aware of the pervasiveness of rape culture, you enjoy stories about families coping in difficult...

  • Oct 21, 2016

    2.5/5I really wanted to like this book more. Whittall certainly chose a really ambitious topic, delving into how an upper middle class all-american family deals (or fails to deal with) accusations of ...

  • Jan 24, 2017

    Almost didn't bother finishing it. It had potential to be really good. But the characters were all self absorbed and not entirely believable. The crime story line was boring and forgotten. What starte...