Five Total Strangers

Five Total Strangers

Five Total Strangers by Natalie D. Richards is another one of this year’s Rosie nominees. The story is told from the main character, Mira’s, point of view as she tries to get home for the holidays by hitching a ride with a girl she met on her lay-over flight and three of her new sidekicks. It starts off fine but as the ride progresses and the blizzard outside worsens, things become more interesting. Somebody is trying to sabotage their trip. Overall, I really enjoyed this book. It kept me guessing to the last page with a twist I should have seen coming. (3.32/5 stars on Goodreads)

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