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The Flight Attendant – Chris Bohjalian | A Book Review

The Flight Attendant - Chris Bohjalian

Title: The Flight Attendant

Author: Chris Bohjalian

Genre: Mystery Thriller

About the book: It’s a standalone that follows a flight attendant named Cassandra Bowden who wakes up next to a dead man in a Dubai hotel room. Because Cassie was drunk, she doesn’t remember much of the previous night, so she starts lying to everyone from other flight attendants to FBI agents.

First impressions: The premise made me curious as to how the story would unfold. I liked the beginning as it does a good job of introducing some of the characters.

Characters: Cassie is a flawed but interesting character who goes through a lot and develops throughout the story. Her personality is very different from mine, but at times, I felt bad for her. I found that the other characters are dynamic and not stereotypical.

Quote:

“Even the most successful people in this world make mistakes.”

Writing: It’s a little over 400 pages with long and short chapters. There was more description than I anticipated, but the details add multiple layers to the novel. The pacing is slower at the start before picking up at the end.

Final thoughts: Some of the twists and turns surprised me. I wasn’t sure how the author would wrap everything up, but the ending is satisfying and provides closure. If you want to read a mystery thriller about memory and murder, check out The Flight Attendant.


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