- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1162 KB
- Print Length: 300 pages
- Publisher: Elizabeth Gray (22 Aug. 2015)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B014BYM0BW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 5 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #566,255 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This was pretty good but I’m getting really fed up of books being penned as the darkest you’ll ever read, or really twisted and a total mind f*** kind of read. I guess it is if you don’t normally read that kind of thing. I found this tame in comparison to some of the other books in this genre. I get my poor little hopes up and dive into a book with great expectations to sadly come away from it disappointed. For the lovers of truly twisted and convoluted stories, I would imagine they will feel the same.
However, this in itself is a great little piece of work. I really liked how the plot ran even though it wasn’t entirely original. Meaning, it’s not something I haven’t really read before or seen similar plot twists in. I liked the characters but felt a little disconnect with them so inherently didn’t love them; I don’t think there was a character that I felt anything toward, apart from Henry in the beginning. Boy does that prologue rip you to pieces. But that’s where my sympathy for him ends and I have no idea why as he’s written very well. There are some flash backs which should serve to keep the sympathy angle going but for me it didn’t. The rest of the characters….I felt that perhaps they needed a bit more development. I felt there should have been more to Holly and Ian. Leesa, his wife, is a big influence on Henry yet again I found her character to be distinctly lacking. We get Leesa’s story crammed in towards the end of the book and to me her story is just as important as Henry’s is and I just maybe wonder if it should have been written in dual pov equally throughout the book.
It’s actually a hauntingly sad story; a tortured soul, an enabler, the bat crap crazy town and its people, the stalker fan. It has a little bit of everything in it.Read more ›
It's been FOUR DAYS since I read this. I'm totally ready for this review, my mind has totally processed this, right? WRONG. But still, I need to review this and tell you all how freakishly, amazing of a mind game this is. I am still processing my feelings while writing this review so please try and stay with me lol!
First of all I would highly advise having vodka/wine and Ben and Jerry's on stand by for when you finish this. Ok so usually I do a little of a 'Synopsis'; a little about the book, in my own words,so you can get a little insight to what you're going into, but there's not a chance I am doing that with this book, because honestly there is no way for me to that without spoiling this book for you and while I have heart palpitations from the thought of going into a book blind, spoiler free, this is how you need to go into this one. What I will say though is, Henry is the epitome of a tortured writer, we get an insight into to his life that led him to now. This story and these characters are definitely not one dimensional, this story grips you entirely and will, without a doubt stick with you for a long time after you have read it.
Next of all, I DON'T read psychological thrillers, I read romance because, well because I'm a wimp! I don't even watch criminal minds anymore lol! but there's not a chance I would ever pass up reading a book by this author. So what did I do? I read it early in the day, because that totally makes a difference! yeah right, I had no idea what I was going into!Read more ›
I loved the Story, I felt pulled in from the beginning. Everything I thought was going to happen didn't. It kept surprising me right up until the end.
Who the Hell can you trust, This book is just full of the Crazies.
It was a complete Mind Bender and messed with my head so much, but I still couldn't put it down.
Fantastic Psychological Thriller, that will leave you saying WTF did I just read, but wow that was bloody Genius.
Take a chance and read this, it's soooo worth it.