APPLE OF MY EYE Hardcover – 2003
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Sounds a bit depressing but it's not, it's just absorbing, absolutely riveting, and very very sad.
It's not your standard story of an abused child though, far from it, this is a pyschological thriller. Ronnie is basically pretty disturbed, he's out for revenge on anyone who wrongs him or his loved ones, and his revenge can be murder. Susan is drawn to Ronnie and they become teenage sweethearts, but of course it all ends in a shattering climax.
Brilliant. What has happened to this author though? I can only find four of his books, and the last of those was a couple of years ago, even his website is fairly out of date. Does he not write any more? If not, what a great shame.
I just couldn’t put this book down! It’s completely gripping, extremely moving – I was in tears more than once – and the ending, which as with Patrick’s other books I didn’t see coming, was absolutely terrific. Apple of My Eye is a riveting story, brilliantly told, and I cannot recommend it highly enough!
It is ghastly as the count of Monte Christo and so sad as Les Miserables.
I hope that Patrick Redmond will write more books.
Greetings from Germany
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this writer's style. He manages to make the flawed characters he writes about appear to be normal, seemingly without any effort. He just draws you in to the plot. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Mrs J A Smith
I enjoyed this book immensely. I was moved by Susan's strength to survive . Her love for Jen Jen was so strong, and so real, it kept susie strong. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Olivia russo
Not as gripping as other P Redmond offerings. Somewhat predictable in parts, it would appeal mainly to female mystery fans.Published on 24 Mar. 2014 by james connolly