Review: What Have We Done - Vilma Iris | Lifestyle Blogger

A stay-at-home mom with a past.
A has-been rock star with a habit.
A reality TV producer with a debt.
Three disparate lives.
One deadly secret.

Twenty five years ago, Jenna, Donnie, and Nico were the best of friends, having forged a bond through the abuse and neglect they endured as residents of Savior House, a group home for parentless teens. When the home was shut down—after the disappearance of several kids—the three were split up.

Though the trauma of their childhood has never left them, each went on to live accomplished—if troubled—lives. They haven’t seen one another since they were teens but now are reunited for a single haunting reason: someone is trying to kill them.

To survive, the group will have to revisit the nightmares of their childhoods and confront their shared past—a past that holds the secret to why someone wants them dead.

It’s a reunion none of them asked for . . . or wanted. But it may be the only way to save all their lives.

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Psychological Thriller

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Review: What Have We Done
By Alex Finlay

Review: What Have We Done

Four once-friends reunite when a secret from their past makes them a target—in Alex Finlay’s new fast-paced thriller, WHAT HAVE WE DONE.

Jenna, Donnie, Nico, Arty, and Ben were best friends, having become close after the nightmares they endured in foster care. Twenty-five years later, Jenna is a former assassin and now stepmother to two girls, Donnie is a washed-up rockstar with a drinking problem, Nico is a reality TV producer with debts to pay, and Arty a tech billionaire. But when Ben—a judge—is murdered, and each barely survives their own assassination attempt, they realize the key to everything lies within their shared past, and a secret they swore to never talk about again.

Through alternating past and present chapters, we learn their backstories and what led them to do what they did so many years ago. This very much felt like a ‘popcorn thriller’ with unrelenting twists and fast-paced action. Each character was troubled and multifaceted, uniquely shaped by the trauma of their past. Taut and tangled, this is one that will keep you guessing all the way to its white-knuckle ending. Finlay is quite the exciting thriller writer and this one reads like a pulse-pounding action movie from which you can’t look away.

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