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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,801,914 - Total Helpful Votes: 15 of 27
The Woman In Black (Jessica Daniel Book 3) by Kerry Wilkinson
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I bought this book a good few months ago now and I read about 80% of it then put it down and forgot about it for months until I picked it up again this week and decided I needed to finish it. If it was really an excellent book I could never have put it down without finishing it!

Jessica is the main character and this is the third book about her, to be honest it felt a lot like the last two, nothing really seems to change in her life, there's approx 2 new characters per book but to balance it out 1 or 2 old characters drop out, stories the same, this one for me was really unbelievable, someone dropping hands in the middle of the day in a busy city and no one noticed anything… Read more
A Song of Ice and Fire (5) - A Dance With Dragons:&hellip by George R. R. Martin
2 of 7 people found the following review helpful
I have just noticed I bought this book in July 2011 - and I think I've read about 100 pages since then!
The previous book to this was really disappointing, this book I had high hopes for as I understood it was going to be more action and about the characters which weren't mentioned in the last book - however so far I haven't recognised any of the characters and they're not interesting. It's going to be a struggle to read more but I will do it - I care about the main characters, just disappointed I haven't read about them in what seems like ages, it's all getting a bit confusing now - too many new characters, not enough about the old ones, who knows what's going on?! I'll read it and… Read more
Still Missing by Chevy Stevens
Still Missing by Chevy Stevens
4.0 out of 5 stars Worth the hype?, 3 Feb 2012
Yes I read the book in two sittings (had to sleep sometime)and yes I think it's a great book, I liked the way it was written and the main character was mostly believable but I'm not sure if all the hype is really worth it. I never quite understood the relationship between Annie and her best friend, it just never sat right with me, I was also expecting a profound ending from the other reviews I'd read and it wasn't. It wasn't *that* graphic and to be honest it's not the best thriller I've ever read - Karen Rose has better ones.
It's a really really good book and definitely worth reading, expect that and try to ignore all the hype around it.

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