A thrilling tale of deception, ambition, and redemption.
In a world where secrets are more valuable than gold, Pretty Things by Janelle Brown is a riveting tale that delves into the dark corners of deception, ambition, and redemption. Brown’s intricate storytelling weaves together the lives of two seemingly disparate women, Nina and Vanessa, whose paths collide in a thrilling dance of intrigue and danger.
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Pretty Things tells the story of Nina, a professional con artist, and Vanessa, a wealthy heiress, and Instagram influencer. When their lives intersect at a luxurious Lake Tahoe estate, a tense game of cat-and-mouse ensues. Each woman is hiding her own secrets, and as the stakes rise, they must confront their pasts and the facades they’ve built around themselves.
“The novel is full of twists and turns, and the author expertly unveils layers of deceit, leaving readers guessing until the very end.”
The Book Guide® Editor
The novel’s central theme revolves around deception and the lengths to which people will go to create and maintain a facade. Brown skillfully explores the idea that even the most seemingly perfect lives are often built on lies and illusions. Both Nina and Vanessa are driven by ambition, and their pursuit of success leads them down dark and dangerous paths. As the story unfolds, Brown touches upon the theme of redemption and the power of second chances. The characters in Pretty Things are flawed, complex, and relatable, and their journey toward self-discovery and growth is a compelling aspect of the novel.
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by The Book Guide® Editors4.6/5 Very good