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Feb 2021 Psych-Thriller Club: The Wrong Family

Feb 2021 Psych-Thriller Club: The Wrong Family

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The month of February also marked the arrival of the TTP Book Club. After reading The Wrong Family, members met together for a brief discussion about the book!

TTP Feb Book Pick – The Wrong Family

The Wrong Family TTP Book Club
The Wrong Family TTP Book Club
The Wrong Family TTP Book Club

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Juno was wrong about Winnie Crouch.

Before moving in with the Crouch family, Juno thought Winnie and her husband, Nigel, had the perfect marriage, the perfect son—the perfect life. Only now that she’s living in their beautiful house, she sees the cracks in the crumbling facade are too deep to ignore.

Still, she isn’t one to judge. After her grim diagnosis, the retired therapist simply wants a place to live out the rest of her days in peace. But that peace is shattered the day Juno overhears a chilling conversation between Winnie and Nigel…

She shouldn’t get involved.

She really shouldn’t.

But this could be her chance to make a few things right.

Because if you thought Juno didn’t have a secret of her own, then you were wrong about her, too. 

Our Thoughts on the Book

Video submitted by Book Club Member – Riddhi Bhattacharya

The beginning seemed pretty dull to me but it did pick up pace and I found it pretty cool. It was very different from any other book I read.

– Nikhita Makam, Book Club Member

It was such a good book. I could not put it down and I just had to keep reading it! It was well written and overall, it was different and interesting from what I usually read.

– Diya Patel, Book Club Member

I found the book a bit odd at the beginning, as there was so much random events going on that made little sense and it took way too long for the book to get to the main part of the plot. I think this book is okay-ish, as the plot itself is not bad.

– Sarim Hamid, Book Club Member

I found the book to have a great plot as well! Just like Nikhita, the book couldn’t hold my attention and interest until like 40% of the book. However, the last 30% was where all hell broke loose! The book was an average-farer, only due to its extremely slow start and build-up process. Without giving any spoilers, I felt like the entire mystery around Winnie and Samuel and the conclusion that is given to their storyline was the only good plot twist.

Juno’s “popularized” past and secrets mentioned in the synopsis don’t really stand out to me. However, Juno’s development in terms of her introduction was what was truly intriguing to me. Overall, it was a rather long read for what could have easily been wrapped in 150-200 pages rather than about 350+!

– Riddhi Bhattacharya, Book Club Member

TTP Discussion Questions – The Wrong Family

The month of February also marked the arrival of TTP Book Club. After reading the book choice for the month, the members met together for a brief discussion to discuss their views! Guest list The month of February also marked the arrival of TTP Book Club. After reading the book choice for the month, the members met together for a brief discussion to discuss their views! Guest list The month of February also marked the arrival of TTP Book Club. After reading the book choice for the month, the members met together for a brief discussion to discuss their views! Guest list The month of February also marked the

The month of February also marked the arrival of TTP Book Club. After reading the book choice for the month, the members met together for a brief discussion to discuss their views! Guest list The month of February also marked the arrival of TTP Book Club. After reading the book choice for the month, the members met together for a brief discussion to discuss their views! Guest list The month of February also marked the arrival of TTP Book Club. After reading the book choice for the month, the members met together for a brief discussion to discuss their views! Guest list The month of February also marked the

In this document, you will find all the questions we discussed in the Monthly meeting. The questions in the document are colour-coded:

  1. Blue text – Blue text refers to questions that are unique to each person and each person had sent voice notes addressing those answers.
  2.  Olive text – Olive text refers to questions that were discussed on a Zoom call due to their open-ended nature!

I found the Wrong family book to have a great plot as well! Just like Nikhita, the book couldn’t hold my attention and interest until like 40% of the book. However, the last 30% was where all hell broke loose! The book was an average-farer, only due to its extremely slow start and build-up process. Without giving any spoilers, I felt like the entire mystery around Winnie and Samuel and the conclusion that is given to their storyline was the only good plot twist. Juno’s “popularized” past and secrets mentioned in the synopsis don’t really stand out to me. However, Juno’s development in terms of

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I found the Wrong family book to have a great plot as well! Just like Nikhita, the book couldn’t hold my attention and interest until like 40% of the book. However, the last 30% was where all hell broke loose! The book was an average-farer, only due to its extremely slow start and build-up process. Without giving any spoilers, I felt like the entire mystery around Winnie and Samuel and the conclusion that is given to their storyline was the only good plot twist. Juno’s “popularized” past and secrets mentioned in the synopsis don’t really stand out to me. However, Juno’s development in terms of

I found the Wrong family book to have a great plot as well! Just like Nikhita, the book couldn’t hold my attention and interest until like 40% of the book. However, the last 30% was where all hell broke loose! The book was an average-farer, only due to its extremely slow start and build-up process. Without giving any spoilers, I felt like the entire mystery around Winnie and Samuel and the conclusion that is given to their storyline was the only good plot twist. Juno’s “popularized” past and secrets mentioned in the synopsis don’t really stand out to me. However, Juno’s development in terms of

I found the Wrong family book to have a great plot as well! Just like Nikhita, the book couldn’t hold my attention and interest until like 40% of the book. However, the last 30% was where all hell broke loose! The book was an average-farer, only due to its extremely slow start and build-up process. Without giving any spoilers, I felt like the entire mystery around Winnie and Samuel and the conclusion that is given to their storyline was the only good plot twist. Juno’s “popularized” past and secrets mentioned in the synopsis don’t really stand out to me. However, Juno’s development in terms of

I found the Wrong family book to have a great plot as well! Just like Nikhita, the book couldn’t hold my attention and interest until like 40% of the book. However, the last 30% was where all hell broke loose! The book was an average-farer, only due to its extremely slow start and build-up process. Without giving any spoilers, I felt like the entire mystery around Winnie and Samuel and the conclusion that is given to their storyline was the only good plot twist. Juno’s “popularized” past and secrets mentioned in the synopsis don’t really stand out to me. However, Juno’s development in terms of

I found the Wrong family book to have a great plot as well! Just like Nikhita, the book couldn’t hold my attention and interest until like 40% of the book. However, the last 30% was where all hell broke loose! The book was an average-farer, only due to its extremely slow start and build-up process. Without giving any spoilers, I felt like the entire mystery around Winnie and Samuel and the conclusion that is given to their storyline was the only good plot twist. Juno’s “popularized” past and secrets mentioned in the synopsis don’t really stand out to me. However, Juno’s development in terms of

I found the Wrong family book to have a great plot as well! Just like Nikhita, the book couldn’t hold my attention and interest until like 40% of the book. However, the last 30% was where all hell broke loose! The book was an average-farer, only due to its extremely slow start and build-up process. Without giving any spoilers, I felt like the entire mystery around Winnie and Samuel and the conclusion that is given to their storyline was the only good plot twist. Juno’s “popularized” past and secrets mentioned in the synopsis don’t really stand out to me. However, Juno’s development in terms of

I found the Wrong family book to have a great plot as well! Just like Nikhita, the book couldn’t hold my attention and interest until like 40% of the book. However, the last 30% was where all hell broke loose! The book was an average-farer, only due to its extremely slow start and build-up process. Without giving any spoilers, I felt like the entire mystery around Winnie and Samuel and the conclusion that is given to their storyline was the only good plot twist. Juno’s “popularized” past and secrets mentioned in the synopsis don’t really stand out to me. However, Juno’s development in terms of

I found the Wrong family book to have a great plot as well! Just like Nikhita, the book couldn’t hold my attention and interest until like 40% of the book. However, the last 30% was where all hell broke loose! The book was an average-farer, only due to its extremely slow start and build-up process. Without giving any spoilers, I felt like the entire mystery around Winnie and Samuel and the conclusion that is given to their storyline was the only good plot twist. Juno’s “popularized” past and secrets mentioned in the synopsis don’t really stand out to me. However, Juno’s development in terms of

I found the Wrong family book to have a great plot as well! Just like Nikhita, the book couldn’t hold my attention and interest until like 40% of the book. However, the last 30% was where all hell broke loose! The book was an average-farer, only due to its extremely slow start and build-up process. Without giving any spoilers, I felt like the entire mystery around Winnie and Samuel and the conclusion that is given to their storyline was the only good plot twist. Juno’s “popularized” past and secrets mentioned in the synopsis don’t really stand out to me. However, Juno’s development in terms of

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I found the Wrong family book to have a great plot as well! Just like Nikhita, the book couldn’t hold my attention and interest until like 40% of the book. However, the last 30% was where all hell broke loose! The book was an average-farer, only due to its extremely slow start and build-up process. Without giving any spoilers, I felt like the entire mystery around Winnie and Samuel and the conclusion that is given to their storyline was the only good plot twist. Juno’s “popularized” past and secrets mentioned in the synopsis don’t really stand out to me. However, Juno’s development in terms of

I found the Wrong family book to have a great plot as well! Just like Nikhita, the book couldn’t hold my attention and interest until like 40% of the book. However, the last 30% was where all hell broke loose! The book was an average-farer, only due to its extremely slow start and build-up process. Without giving any spoilers, I felt like the entire mystery around Winnie and Samuel and the conclusion that is given to their storyline was the only good plot twist. Juno’s “popularized” past and secrets mentioned in the synopsis don’t really stand out to me. However, Juno’s development in terms of

I found the Wrong family book to have a great plot as well! Just like Nikhita, the book couldn’t hold my attention and interest until like 40% of the book. However, the last 30% was where all hell broke loose! The book was an average-farer, only due to its extremely slow start and build-up process. Without giving any spoilers, I felt like the entire mystery around Winnie and Samuel and the conclusion that is given to their storyline was the only good plot twist. Juno’s “popularized” past and secrets mentioned in the synopsis don’t really stand out to me. However, Juno’s development in terms of

I found the Wrong family book to have a great plot as well! Just like Nikhita, the book couldn’t hold my attention and interest until like 40% of the book. However, the last 30% was where all hell broke loose! The book was an average-farer, only due to its extremely slow start and build-up process. Without giving any spoilers, I felt like the entire mystery around Winnie and Samuel and the conclusion that is given to their storyline was the only good plot twist. Juno’s “popularized” past and secrets mentioned in the synopsis don’t really stand out to me. However, Juno’s development in terms of

I found the Wrong family book to have a great plot as well! Just like Nikhita, the book couldn’t hold my attention and interest until like 40% of the book. However, the last 30% was where all hell broke loose! The book was an average-farer, only due to its extremely slow start and build-up process. Without giving any spoilers, I felt like the entire mystery around Winnie and Samuel and the conclusion that is given to their storyline was the only good plot twist. Juno’s “popularized” past and secrets mentioned in the synopsis don’t really stand out to me. However, Juno’s development in terms of

I found the Wrong family book to have a great plot as well! Just like Nikhita, the book couldn’t hold my attention and interest until like 40% of the book. However, the last 30% was where all hell broke loose! The book was an average-farer, only due to its extremely slow start and build-up process. Without giving any spoilers, I felt like the entire mystery around Winnie and Samuel and the conclusion that is given to their storyline was the only good plot twist. Juno’s “popularized” past and secrets mentioned in the synopsis don’t really stand out to me. However, Juno’s development in terms of

I found the Wrong family book to have a great plot as well! Just like Nikhita, the book couldn’t hold my attention and interest until like 40% of the book. However, the last 30% was where all hell broke loose! The book was an average-farer, only due to its extremely slow start and build-up process. Without giving any spoilers, I felt like the entire mystery around Winnie and Samuel and the conclusion that is given to their storyline was the only good plot twist. Juno’s “popularized” past and secrets mentioned in the synopsis don’t really stand out to me. However, Juno’s development in terms of

I found the Wrong family book to have a great plot as well! Just like Nikhita, the book couldn’t hold my attention and interest until like 40% of the book. However, the last 30% was where all hell broke loose! The book was an average-farer, only due to its extremely slow start and build-up process. Without giving any spoilers, I felt like the entire mystery around Winnie and Samuel and the conclusion that is given to their storyline was the only good plot twist. Juno’s “popularized” past and secrets mentioned in the synopsis don’t really stand out to me. However, Juno’s development in terms of

I found the Wrong family book to have a great plot as well! Just like Nikhita, the book couldn’t hold my attention and interest until like 40% of the book. However, the last 30% was where all hell broke loose! The book was an average-farer, only due to its extremely slow start and build-up process. Without giving any spoilers, I felt like the entire mystery around Winnie and Samuel and the conclusion that is given to their storyline was the only good plot twist. Juno’s “popularized” past and secrets mentioned in the synopsis don’t really stand out to me. However, Juno’s development in terms of

I found the Wrong family book to have a great plot as well! Just like Nikhita, the book couldn’t hold my attention and interest until like 40% of the book. However, the last 30% was where all hell broke loose! The book was an average-farer, only due to its extremely slow start and build-up process. Without giving any spoilers, I felt like the entire mystery around Winnie and Samuel and the conclusion that is given to their storyline was the only good plot twist. Juno’s “popularized” past and secrets mentioned in the synopsis don’t really stand out to me. However, Juno’s development in terms of

I found the Wrong family book to have a great plot as well! Just like Nikhita, the book couldn’t hold my attention and interest until like 40% of the book. However, the last 30% was where all hell broke loose! The book was an average-farer, only due to its extremely slow start and build-up process. Without giving any spoilers, I felt like the entire mystery around Winnie and Samuel and the conclusion that is given to their storyline was the only good plot twist. Juno’s “popularized” past and secrets mentioned in the synopsis don’t really stand out to me. However, Juno’s development in terms of

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