Book review: The Stranger in the Mirror

Liv Constantine's The Stranger in the Mirror is a suspenseful, addictive page-turner.



The Stranger in the Mirror is a deliciously twisty novel from Liv Constantine. It was released in the summer of 2021, but I am just now getting around to checking it off my reading list!


A wild, addictive story ... I raced through this book to discover the unexpected twist.

Told through the viewpoints of multiple characters, The Stranger in the Mirror hooked me right from the start. It tells the story of Addison, who lost her memory a few years ago, and Julian, who is trying to figure out what happened to his missing wife.


Each chapter is told from the viewpoint of a different character. The structure helps to paint a rich story by offering different perspectives and voices. The use of detail is striking; it makes it easy to sink into this story.


I've come to expect twisty thrillers from Liv Constantine -- a bestselling sister duo. Even though I'm on the lookout for twists after reading other books by the author, I didn't guess the twists in The Stranger in the Mirror.