Some friends—and friendships—are worth killing for in this dark, twisty suspense novel by national bestselling author Jesse Q. Sutanto.
Jane is unhappy.
A struggling midlist writer whose novels barely command four figures, she feels trapped in an underwhelming marriage, just scraping by to pay a crippling Bay Area mortgage for a house—a life—she's never really wanted.
There's only ever been one person she cared about, one person who truly understood her: Thalia. Jane's best and only friend nearly a decade ago during their Creative Writing days at Oxford. It was the only good year of Jane’s life—cobblestones and books and damp English air, heady wine and sweet cider and Thalia, endless Thalia. But then one night ruined everything. The blood-soaked night that should have bound Thalia to Jane forever but instead made her lose her completely. Thalia disappeared without a trace, and Jane has been unable to find her since.
Because there she is, her name at the top of the New York Times bestseller list: A Most Pleasant Death by Thalia Ashcroft. When she discovers a post from Thalia on her website about attending a book convention in New York City in a week—“Can’t wait to see you there!”—Jane can’t wait either.
She’ll go to New York City, too, credit card bill be damned. And this time, she will do things right. Jane won’t lose Thalia again.
Jesse Q. Sutanto grew up shuttling back and forth between Indonesia, Singapore, and Oxford, and considers all three places her home. She has a Masters from Oxford University. When she's not writing, she's gaming with her husband or making a mess in the kitchen with her two daughters.
"Not since Gone Girl's Amy Dunne has a sociopath been this bewitching. Utterly brilliant, deliciously devious, and absolutely unputdownable with whiplash plotting and a twist that will make you gasp, Jesse Q. Sutanto’s I'm Not Done With You Yet is an unflinching portrait of obsession that seduces you with dazzling prose while simultaneously stabbing you in the back. With shades of Highsmith and Single White Female vibes—and a razor-sharp game of cat-and mouse—prepare to be consumed by your newest addiction."—May Cobb, author of The Hunting Wives
"Obsession and envy collide in this deliciously dark tale of two writers with more than one explosive secret between them. With I'm Not Done With You Yet, Jesse Q. Sutanto has woven a very tangled web—one that readers will gladly get caught up in. This is toxic female friendship at its most terrifying best."—Laurie Elizabeth Flynn, author of The Girls Are All So Nice Here
"Deliciously dark, wittily provocative, with twist after twist that will leave you reeling, Sutanto weaves a dangerously clever tale about friendship, rage, and the mind-games people play. Recovery won’t be easy after this roller-coaster of a thriller!"—Amanda Jayatissa, author of You’re Invited
“I blazed through Jesse Q. Sutanto’s I’m Not Done With You Yet, the sordid tale of a twisted friendship unlike any I’ve ever read about before...It’s a twisted tale that will find you switching allegiances and who you believe. The person you end up rooting for in the end will surprise you."—Glamour
“This is a wickedly enjoyable treatise on the dark sides of female friendship.”—Publishers Weekly
“…Sutanto’s renderings of Jane’s Chinese Indonesian heritage and her experience at Oxford, both autobiographically based, are strong.”—Kirkus Reviews
"Sutanto expertly manipulates time, moving between difficult childhoods to perplexing adult lives, dexterously revealing puzzle pieces that calculatingly don’t fit. Meanwhile, crazy rich Asians, the publishing industry, and fatal misogyny all crack under Sutanto’s deadly glare."—Booklist
"I'm Not Done With You Yet is deliciously brilliant and I read it in a handful of sittings. There are shocking twists and turns and they just keep unfolding right up to the end. If you enjoy thrillers about unexpected friendships that turn dark and dangerous, you'll love I'm Not Done With You Yet. Highly recommended.”—Game Vortex
"This novel is intense, a page-turner, and you need a scorecard to keep up with the twists that come fast in the second part of the novel. Easily one of the best books of the summer.”—Red Carpet Crash