The Lucky Ones Review

From the bestselling author of The Good Neighbors…

They were supposed to die. 
Five years ago, the residents of the Gerbera subdivision in the small town of Fallen Oaks were brutally murdered in their beds. The only survivors, now called The Fallen Oaks Five, were children–practically strangers at the time, forever connected by the weight of all they witnessed. 
Now grown, the anniversary of their families’ deaths approaches and the Fallen Oaks Five receive letters of warning: the killers are still out there and they aren’t finished with them. In a race against time and murderers who remain both faceless and nameless, the Five must return to their old homes in order to piece together the events of a night they’d all rather forget. Their old town is riddled with secrets, and every person they come into contact with is a suspect. With everything at stake, can the Five solve the mystery and finally learn the truth about the night that cost them everything? Or will they find themselves victims of a fate they should’ve succumbed to years ago?

“The delicious way that Modglin crafts a story will leave you captivated until the wee hours of the morning, turning pages, determined to figure out the mystery she so expertly weaves in a fictional world that feels too close to reality for comfort.” 
-Katie Blanchard, Author of Dear Anna 

“This book started with a bang, and never slowed down!
Complete with her signature twists, unique plot, and suspense that keeps you turning the pages, Modglin’s The Lucky Ones is a book not to be missed!” 

-Emerald O’Brien, Author of The Knox and Sheppard Mystery Series

About The Author

Kiersten Modglin is a suspense author who enjoys dabbling in all the sub-genres. A Netflix addict, Shonda Rhimes super-fan, psychology fanatic, and indoor enthusiast, Kiersten enjoys rainy days spent with her nose in a book. More than anything, she loves reading & creating life-changing stories.

My Thoughts

First of all WOW! Kiersten has become one of my favorite authors. Everything I have read of her I have loved. She is really the queen of twists. Her stories always take me in a rollercoaster and that’s what I love about them. This book did just that. I felt in love with all the character and loved the plot as well. At the end the secrets caught up to them and surprise the twist and turns begin.

I give this book 5 out of 5 bookstacks. I wish I could give it a higher rating!


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