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Carnegie Award-winning author Robert Swindells cleverly draws the reader into Martha's lonely, nightmarish, yet somehow disturbingly and inexplicably comfortable, world by using his mastery of character and mood to create a sense of overpowering tension that is often horrifying but ultimately incredibly sad. Abomination is certainly not a book for the faint- hearted, but lovers of page-turningly gripping suspense coupled with compassionate and forceful storytelling will find it utterly irresistible. --Susan Harrison
I really like this book because she takes so many risks but it is all worth it in the endPublished 1 month ago by freckle- (don't ask)
Just an amazing book.
Highly recommend to all readers.
Just in general a really good book.
Again just amazing. :D
I am only a low teen but I really enjoyed this book it has you on the end of you seat and has a good ending. Read morePublished 4 months ago by d a holdsworth
I recommend to everyone who is interested in mystery drama with a ending with you wanting more!!!! It is so touching and brilliant in every way. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ella
I'm afraid this book is a bit of an abomination, not that this review, 7 years after publication, will mar its success in any way. Read morePublished 6 months ago by LizzieB
It will make you need to find about the secret that the main character maths and her family is hiding and what she will do