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Description of the Book The Fury:

The Fury by Alex Michaelides

The Fury Synopsis:

This is a tale of murder.

Or maybe that’s not quite true. At its heart, it’s a love story, isn’t it?

Lana Farrar is a reclusive ex–movie star and one of the most famous women in the world. Every year, she invites her closest friends to escape the English weather and spend Easter on her idyllic private Greek island.

I tell you this because you may think you know this story. You probably read about it at the time ― it caused a real stir in the tabloids, if you remember. It had all the necessary ingredients for a press a celebrity; a private island cut off by the wind…and a murder.

We found ourselves trapped there overnight. Our old friendships concealed hatred and a desire for revenge. What followed was a game of cat and mouse ― a battle of wits, full of twists and turns, building to an unforgettable climax. The night ended in violence and death, as one of us was found murdered.

But who am I?

My name is Elliot Chase, and I’m going to tell you a story unlike any you’ve ever heard.

About The Author:

Hailing from Cyprus, Alex Michaelides spent his formative years immersed in its rich culture. Holding an M.A. in English literature from Trinity College, Cambridge University, he further honed his craft with an M.A. in screenwriting from the American Film Institute in Los Angeles.

The Silent Patient marked his debut in the literary world, achieving unparalleled success as the top-selling debut globally in 2019. This psychological thriller dominated the New York Times bestseller list for over a year and captivated readers across a remarkable forty-nine countries.

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The Fury Book Review:

The Fury” stands out in the thriller genre by adopting a conversational tone between the reader and the writer. As a reader who values Casual storytelling, I appreciate authors who cut to the chase, discard the unnecessary, and immediately draw me into the narrative.

This book, however, took its time, slowly unfolding the plot and leaving us less than captivated.

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