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Before Her Eyes (Suspense, Thriller) by [Forster, Rebecca]
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4.5 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 645 KB
  • Print Length: 193 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0032Z751C
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #25,909 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I've just been on an emotional rollercoaster with more twists than the famous sixties song! I hope that Ms Forster does a series with Dove Donnelly and his mountain community. I can't say too much as I don't want to give anything away but this is different to anything I've read of hers to date. I just couldn't put it down. Just brilliant!
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I received a free copy of this book as a thank you for buying a book from another author.
Having read the blurb and several reviews I was looking forward to reading it, unfortunately for me it just didn't live up to expectations, I found the first 75% to be very slow and because of the mixture of first and third person narration rather complicated and long winded, I also found the jumping around in time in the first person parts to be rather distracting. The story did improve in the final 25% and the plot was clarified somewhat, so I am glad that I didn't follow my instincts and give up on the book early on.
Normally when I read a book that I enjoy, I find that I am always looking for opportunities to pick my Kindle up and read a page or so, however with this one, I found that I was having to remind myself that the book needed reading
Ultimately, this just wasn't the book for me.
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Being a fan of mystery and thrillers I was very pleased when I received a complimentary copy of this book in order to review it. The product description of a sheriff in a mountain community out to solve a murder and find a missing woman has overtones of Fargo and Christopher Nolan's Insomnia. Gritty thrillers where the bleak location lurks in the background.

Before Her Eyes is not a gritty thriller but more of a spiritual one. One that divides its characterisations too thin. Throughout the story the two main characters are laid out to draw sympathy from the reader. One partially succeeds, but is stopped from getting the full emotional buy in that is deserved. This is due to the irritation caused by the other character, who comes over as selfish and whiny. Both characters have had difficult pasts, but self-obsession from one of them makes it hard to care.

The mountain and it's community is only hinted at in this book, but hopefully this is the first in a series which will explore crime in a remote community and the people within it.

A final preference from me would be for the removal of underlining of words throughout the novel. This did not emphasise the importance of a moment in the book but insulted me instead. Each time it was done it I felt like I was being told I was too stupid to notice an important point. I'm hoping this is a formatting glitch as the authors writing is solid and does not need parlour tricks like this.
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I have read other Rebecca Forster books and enjoyed them, but this one started ok, although I felt it was a little dragged out. The ending however was not good, it just left me flat and left me thinking "what was that all about"
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Dove is the Sheriff and along with the victim of a kidnapping, Tessa Bradley, they take you on a twist and turn journey from beginning to end. This book did have a couple of typos within it, but nothing major and the story is exquisite.

The characters are all tortured souls, all dealing with their own demons and secret pain, and it makes this book so interesting, and this is aside from the main plot! The main plot is of Dove's friend Fritz, who is shot dead in his own store, and an ex-model from the big city (Tessa) is kidnapped. The story switches between two viewpoints. From following Dove on his determined path to find the killer and rescue the woman, with whom he has a 'feel' for and can sense along his journey, it changes to Tessa's own words as she struggles to find her own path to self-forgiveness, battling her own demons and finding her way home. I could foresee a couple of the story lines, but most of them were well woven and did not give up the secrets till near the end, and the final piece of the puzzle was so well hidden I was shocked!
I don't lie spoiler reviews but I have to say - read this book, it's well worth it, if I could have given it higher than 5, I would have.

Dove is a hero, a tortured bear of a man who was a great character to delve into, and Tessa haunted me after the last page.

I shall be reading more of Forster's work in the near future. A must read for any fans of great thriller writing.

Rachel Dove
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I would like to have given this book five stars but there were quite a few typos. A gritty tale with characters that encourage you to read on. Like all Rebecca Forster's books I just wanted to keep on reading.
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I am a big fan of Rebecca Forster, Before her eyes is a fantastic book full of twists and turns and characters you can't help but fall for. I literally cannot put Forsters books down so make sure you allow yourself plenty of free time before you start one.
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I wanted to give this book 5 stars, but unfortunately there were quite a few typos. I wasn't detracted from the overall story though, which was excellent and kept me engrossed from beginning to end. Written in the 1st and the 3rd person, it gave a realism to the unfolding story. The characters were interesting, and believable, all with their own demons; and the location brought to mind with vivid clarity. The plot twisted and turned throughout and each time I thought I had it sussed, it went off in a different direction. The ending was a complete surprise. I received a complimentary copy of this book and just want to say thank you and well done, a great read, would definitely recommend it.
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