Sorority – Genevieve Sly Crane

Another May release to add to the suspense TBR!

Thanks to Gallery Books for the free copy in exchange for my honest review.

SORORITY – Genevieve Sly Crane (out now!)


My Thoughts: 4/5 stars!

So I might be one of the few reading this book that was never a part of a sorority or had anything to do with Greek life in college. I had friends in fraternities and sororities, but that was the extent of my involvement. When I read the synopsis for SORORITY by Genevieve Sly Crane, my curiosity (and the cover) piqued my interest. This is another one I’ve seen some mixed reviews on, but I’m happy I gave it a chance!

From the beginning, we get to meet all of the girls in the sorority. I loved that intro chapter where we basically got a tour of the rooms and a brief introduction to each girl living in the house. All of the girls are unique in their strengths and their flaws, but this story is about Margot.

Margot was found dead, and now we are seeing the events that led up to that moment. We bounce through different timelines and perspectives throughout the book and there is the building suspense of, “how are these all connected, and why are we going back into the past of specific girls?”. Everything tied together and we slowly uncover what truly happened. If you’re looking for a thriller that goes at a crazy fast pace, then this won’t be the one for you. This falls more into the slow burn category when it comes to suspense novels. I loved the character development, and despite there being a large cast of girls, Crane was able to flesh them out without it feeling rushed or anyone getting lost in the mix.

I can’t wait to see what she has in store for us next!


What did you think of this one?



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