As psychological thrillers go, The Woman in the Window is an intriguing one, but it’s not all that original. I feel like I’ve read most of these plot points before in various other books, and nothing really stood out here.
There was a twist in the middle of the book that I didn’t see coming. I must admit, this particular plot point was done really well in that it was surprising and came out of nowhere, and yet it still made perfect sense.
As is the norm for these popular psychological thrillers at the moment, I didn’t really feel anything for the main character. I didn’t connect to her in any way, and I was only really reading for the fast paced plot.
Overall, I thought this was a good book, although it was nothing unique. It’s on par with the other thrillers featuring women with mental health issues that are currently on the shelves.