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Monday, June 27, 2022

Adult Fiction Review: One by One

Title: One by One
Author: Ruth Ware
Reviewed by: Michaelene M

If you could snoop in real-time to what music a celebrity was listening to…would you? How about your next-door neighbor? Your friend? Would you let them know it was you listening in, or would you snoop in anonymity? Allow us to introduce you to Snoop, a music-streaming app where you can do just that!

But the company may be in trouble. During their skiing work retreat in the French Alps, the co-founders and employees of Snoop must decide whether to take a buyout or wait until a new update rolls out, one that could take Snoop to a whole new (and extra creepy) level.

It’s just another day on the snow-covered mountain…until one of the company’s co-founders disappears in what looks like a skiing mishap. It quickly snowballs into business as NOT usual when an avalanche forces them all together and the employees begin to disappear. One by one.

Readers looking for murder mystery on the slopes Clue-style will find Ruth Ware creates a masterfully suspenseful thriller, perfect for winter reading. Between the chilly setting, the creepy app, and the dynamics of the Snoop employees, readers will be on the edge of their seats until the very end.

One by One is available as a hardback in our physical collection. It is also available as an ebook and an audiobook on the Oklahoma Virtual Library. Call us at 580-234-6313 to place a hold.

Michaelene M.https://enid.okpls.org/
Michaelene M. is the Communications Specialist at the Enid Public Library as well as a dedicated reader, writer, and librarian. She enjoys talking books (particularly romance novels), but she reads widely and believes that everyone should see themselves in the books that they read.



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