I read this 600+ page book in three days, because I had to know what happened.
I think that tells you how great The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair is. Written by Joel Dicker, this novel chronicles a young author’s quest to exonerate his mentor, Harry Quebert, when he is implicated in the 33-year-old murder of a young girl.
Throughout his investigation, the author, Marcus Goldman, uncovers the unsavory secrets of a small town. With every advancement he makes, a series of new questions pops up.
Throughout The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair, I had several working theories of what happened and a long list of questions. Joel Dicker did a wonderful job answering all of them and delivering an ending that was satisfyingly thorough. Read it immediately and then, let me know what you think. Okay?