The Woman in Cabin 10 is a psychological thriller that’s well paced, and satisfying as a good mystery should be ... Ware wants us to consider whether or not it’s possible to be the worst kind of witness, and still be right ... it's creepy, it’s frustrating, and it’s interesting. It brings elements of our current fixations into the realm of the thriller/mystery in the best possible way.
With a churning plot worthy of Agatha Christie, and fresh on the heels of her bestselling thriller In a Dark, Dark Wood, Ruth Ware twists the wire on readers’ nerves once again. Cabin 10 just may do to cruise vacations what Jaws did to ocean swimming. You’ll be afraid to go out on the water.
...an atmospheric thriller as twisty and tension-filled as her 2015 debut ... The novel’s tone is dark and claustrophobic as Lo continues her search for the woman even though someone is trying to stop her — maybe even kill her.