The Geography of Friendship reviewed by Nicole

The Geography of Friendship centres around three childhood friends, now estranged, who experienced trauma in their youth while on a hike together in the Australian bush. Flicking between the past and the present, the author cleverly hints at a traumatic event that disintegrated their friendship all those years ago but doesn’t disclose it until near the end of the story, leaving the reader speculating until the very end. This book was a real page turner, full of suspense, intrigue and strong female characters. If you enjoy books with mystery and a thrilling element, this one is for you.

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