"Into the Darkest Corner" (Harper), by Elizabeth Haynes: A young woman with a severe case of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) reflects on why she cannot feel safe anymore in Elizabeth Haynes' gripping psychological thriller, "Into the Darkest Corner."
I love cautionary tales. No, not the ones where the world is going to end because someone drives a car that only gets 36 miles to the gallon on the highway. I mean a real cautionary tale, the type where you bring the wrong person home with you after a night of pub-crawling, or you behave badly because you’re spending the night in a different area code, or you accept a ride across a bridge with a U.S. Senator. I hold one in my hand right now, and it’s called INTO THE DARKEST CORNER by Elizabeth Haynes. It’s a great, keep-you-up-all-night reading and thinking exploration of the dark side of relationships with the wrong person.
idk why I find it so hilarious that whenever I go in the darkest minds tag that I have to scroll past literally ten posts saying “when I met you flowers started growing in the darkest corners of my mind” until I get to an actual post about tdm it’s not funny at all but I die laughing every time
"It’s a great, keep-you-up-all-night reading and thinking exploration of the dark side of relationships with the wrong person.... INTO THE DARKEST CORNER begs for a film adaptation for many reasons, even if there is no possibility that such a movie would be anywhere close to being as good as the book."