If you liked The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins, then try Her Every Fear by Peter Swanson. Here’s why…
In Her Every Fear, Kate Priddy is a woman suffering from crippling anxiety after being kidnapped and nearly killed by her ex-boyfriend. When Corbin Dell, a distant cousin living in Boston, offers to swap apartments for six months, it sounds like the perfect chance for Kate to leave her problems behind. That is, until she arrives to find out the girl next door has been viciously murdered. When all signs point to Corbin as the murderer, Kate questions everyone around her and starts looking for answers. Strange things keep happening in the apartment, and Kate begins to question even herself.
Like Rachel in The Girl on the Train, Kate is not the most reliable narrator, which makes you want to second guess everything. Her Every Fear is a creepy and claustrophobic read. It grabs hold of you immediately and doesn’t let go until long after you’ve finished the book. Lock your doors (with that extra chain) and settle in with this one!
If you liked The Girl on the Train and are ready for a thrilling and nerve-wracking story, try reading Her Every Fear! We would love to hear what you think in the comments below or on Twitter @SavvyReader!