You Love Me by Caroline Kepnes Book Review
After wreaking havoc in New York and Los Angeles, Joe Goldberg heads to the Pacific Northwest to see Caroline Kepnes’ latest novel. You love Me. After Joe becomes a father and is forced to abandon his son at the request of the Quinn family, he records the plays and starts over in the quaint town of Bainbridge. Of course, it doesn’t take long before he meets another woman named Mary Kay DiMarco, and you can probably guess what happens from here.
You may think you’ve seen the worst of Joe, but you haven’t seen anything.
We already know Joe is a crazy, stalking killer, but what happens when he’s actively trying to “get better”? After so much turmoil and death, it seems like Karma will finally catch up with him in Kepnes’ third installment of her popular book series. Details on the third season of Netflix from they are rare, but if there is anything distant like this book, we are about to go wild. You may think you’ve seen the worst of Joe, but you haven’t seen anything.
“I want to send her flowers because she and her friends also taught us that real relationships take time, that sometimes you have babies with the wrong person, you fall in love with the wrong person, but eventually with the right person. You. ”
Way of thinking
This book is absolutely wild and definitely not what you’d expect. In any case, be prepared for many twists and turns, especially in the final chapters.
Where to read
Given that the book is set in a small, quaint town in the Pacific Northwest, I think the best place to read this book is at home when you curl up by the fire.
Read this if you want. . .
If you’re a fan of Caroline Kepnes’ previous novels or the book-inspired Netflix series, make sure to add these to your reading list.
POPSUGAR Reading Challenge prompt (s)
This novel can check off more than one 2021 POPSUGAR Reading Challenge prompt. Just choose the one that suits you best.
- A book published in 2021
- A book about revisions or new beginnings
How long does it take to read?
It takes a couple of chapters to really build the story, but after that you flip the pages pretty quickly when the drama starts.
List this book. . .
A friend who can’t get enough of thrillers or who is obsessed with Netflix they Series.
The sweet spot summary
Caroline Kepnes’ latest episode of her they Book series, You love Me ($ 25) is a compelling thriller that will drive you crazy right down to the last page.
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