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Grist Mill Road

The highly anticipated new novel from the author whose debut was called “The smart summer thriller you’ve been waiting for…The novel you should be reading tonight” (NPR’s All Things Considered) and was named a Book of the Year by NPR and an Entertainment Weekly Must-List Pick

Christopher J. Yates’s cult hit Black Chalk introduced that rare writerly talent: a literary writ

Christopher J. Yates’s cult hit Black Chalk introduced that rare writerly talent: a literary writer who could write a plot with the intricacy of a brilliant mental puzzle, and with characters so absorbing that readers are immediately gripped. Yates’s new book does not disappoint.

Grist Mill Road is a dark, twisted, and expertly plotted Rashomon-style tale. The year is 1982; the setting, an Edenic hamlet some ninety miles north of New York City. There, among the craggy rock cliffs and glacial ponds of timeworn mountains, three friends–Patrick, Matthew, and Hannah–are bound together by a terrible and seemingly senseless crime. Twenty-six years later, in New York City, living lives their younger selves never could have predicted, the three meet again–with even more devastating results.
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    Emily May

    I read this entire book but, right from start until finish, I just could not get into it.

    Perhaps this kind of thriller does not mix well with literary fiction for me. There were many things about Grist Mill Road that reminded me of the tone and style of American Psycho (which I get will seem like a huge compliment to many readers). Their narratives are both cold, distant and detached. Grisly things happen in horrific detail but there is no emotional attachment to them.

    As seems to be the case wit

    Perhaps this kind of thriller does not mix well with literary fiction for me. There were many things about Grist Mill Road that reminded me of the tone and style of American Psycho (which I get will seem like a huge compliment to many readers). Their narratives are both cold, distant and detached. Grisly things happen in horrific detail but there is no emotional attachment to them.

    As seems to be the case with almost all thrillers I read lately, this book alternates between the past – 1982, to be exact – and the present, which is 2008, during the economic collapse. In 1982, in a small town a couple of hours outside of New York City, Patrick, Matthew and Hannah go into the woods, and there Patrick witnesses a violent attack by Matthew against Hannah. Frozen to the spot, he does not attempt to stop the crime.

    I was prepared for the violence after reading other reviews. It is extremely graphic and disgusting and may be too much for some readers. Matthew shoots Hannah many times with a BB gun – this is not a spoiler; it all happens in the first chapter. Personally, I can handle most scenes of violence, so this wasn’t a major problem for me. The sheer boredom I felt during the 2008 chapters was the real problem.

    Patrick’s first person account in 1982 then switches to third person in 2008. While there is some life to the former, the latter consists largely of a meditation on gastronomy. Patrick slow cooks steak at the perfect temperature; dots little rounds of egg yolk around the centrepiece on a plate. Hannah’s perspective is not much better, as she undertakes the writing of a true crime book.

    Even Matthew’s perspective – the one I was most anticipating – drags with daily minutiae that I didn’t care about. And when the inevitable “twist” in events is revealed, it is anticlimactic, probably even more so because the tension has all been drained by the tedious padding in between. I also don’t think it did much to change my opinion of the characters.

    In the case of Grist Mill Road, “literary thriller” seems to mean a thriller with all thrills removed.

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    Shelby *trains flying monkeys*

    When my book bestie five starred this sucker I knew it would probably be one I wouldn’t take four weeks to read. It only took me one!

    Now I gotta admit. When I first started reading it I thought Kelly had bumped her head on one of Mitchell’s tusks.
    It was boring as heck!

    It starts off with a first chapter of super evil stuff and then turns into a looooonnng description of food blogging and a damn cement company’s history.

    And I LIKE the food blogging thing! That’s bad when I was bored at something

    Now I gotta admit. When I first started reading it I thought Kelly had bumped her head on one of Mitchell’s tusks.
    It was boring as heck!

    It starts off with a first chapter of super evil stuff and then turns into a looooonnng description of food blogging and a damn cement company’s history.

    And I LIKE the food blogging thing! That’s bad when I was bored at something like that.

    Kelly kept telling me that it got much better. I totally mumbled under my breath that she had lost her dang mind and turned nice when I wasn’t looking.

    Then suddenly, it happened. It all came together and I don’t think I’ll forget this book in a week like I do most of the others I read. (Old lady brains)
    In between us talking about our freezing to death or my cat eating me. (She chews my feet!) We did decide that this is similar to Mystic River…in the fact that the super boring does turn around and knock your socks off. But not around my feet eating cat. She’ll eat your toes.

    Yes, I KNOW I rambled on and on about nothing for this review. But this is one of those that you want to go into it not knowing much of anything.

    Booksource: Netgalley in exchange for review.
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    Kaceey

    3.5*
    What should have been a fun outing for three young teens, quickly turns tragic. Leaving all three with lifelong scars that each need to deal with in their own way. Years later, their paths will cross one more time. Will tragedy strike twice or will they all find the truth and closure they so desperately need.

    This book started off very strong. Great story…great characters, with the potential to be an amazing read. Unfortunately, somewhere around the halfway mark it just, well…I’m not sure w

    This book started off very strong. Great story…great characters, with the potential to be an amazing read. Unfortunately, somewhere around the halfway mark it just, well…I’m not sure what happened. The storyline slowed right down and then veered off in directions that, at the time, didn’t feel relevant.

    When I started this book I was so excited! Couldn’t stop thinking about it every time I had to step away. If only that excitement could have lasted throughout.

    It is written in several POVs and timelines that become difficult to follow. As all the storylines and characters converged at the end, for what should have been a spectacular finale instead I was left with a fizzle. Worse yet, so many unanswered questions.

    A traveling sister read with Brenda and Jennifer!:)

    Thank you to NetGalley, Macmillan-Picador and Christopher J. Yates for an ARC to review in exchange for an honest review.

    For this review and all our Traveling Sister reviews please visit Brenda and Norma’s fabulous book blog:
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