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- File Size: 2056 KB
- Print Length: 231 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Precious Oil Publications (15 Oct. 2011)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B005W7TUQQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 26 customer reviews
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Top Customer Reviews
Heart stopping situations described as only Gerry can do.
Joanne and Katie really came through the mill in their lives.
With rivalry, romance and reunions, what more could you want.
Whoever lifts this book is in for a real treat.
Author Gerry McCullough's debut novel, Belfast Girls, has sold well all over the world. Her fans have patiently awaited the release of her second novel. Dig in folks, have a literary feast.
But with that said I still enjoyed the story and I look forward to reading other books by this author.
It's cheap and it passes the time but I wasn't impressed. It is implausible in the extreme. I didn't really feel any depth of character development and the ending felt very cheesy without any realisim to the emotional closure that would have happened in "real life".
I suppose my most obvious comment would be that I won't be downloading other books of Gerry's, even if free.
I wouldn't normally leave a poor review but I felt the ones left so far left a very unbalanced picture.
The characters are well drawn, although the two main females are related, they have their own personalities and definite individuality.
Well done, Gerry.
Each has a man in their life who has faced them with a question of conscience. Working class Katie is involved with drug dealing Declan,who craves the fast life, but avoids the work-a-day routine that would provide much needed cash, instead he makes his money from small-time wheeling and dealing. He has found himself in debt to a local hardman who is threatening to have him beaten up by his henchmen if the money owed is not delivered, fast. Dec turns to Katie in desperation, asking her to steal from the fast food outlet she works in,
"Just this once, babe..."
Comfortably off Jo-Anne is involved with seriously suspicious Steven, who has offered her a business proposition, that he assures her will make her extra money and help both of them on their way to more of the good things in life that they both already enjoy. She fears there is more to this venture than the bit of travel and delivering of documents Steven insists it is,
"Nothing criminal, darling..." she is in both fear and awe of the cool, charismatic Carmichael, the business associate Steven has introduced her to.
Both women, influenced by the men in their lives, make decisions against their better judgement. Will it all end in tears? I urge you to read it to find out!
From the back streets of Belfast to Zurich's Banhofstrasse,the tale takes us on a journey of breathtaking twists and turns until the climatic final scene.
Another winner from Gerry McCullough, author of the brilliant, Belfast Girls.
In this second novel from the prize-winning Irish author of the best-selling "Belfast Girls", Gerry McCullough has reached a new level of story-telling. McCullough has the gift of knowing just how much to tell her readers, foreshadowing the danger in each of her short, cinematic scenes and then leaving you with bated breath, furiously turning the pages to follow the action as it unfolds in her easy flowing style of literary prose.
Katie Sinclair and Jo-Anne (Annie) Gordon have never met but their destinies are irrevocably entwined, both caught up in the clandestine machinations of their lovers - Katie's Declan and Jo-Anne's Steven. And the mysterious and charismatic Rory Carmichael whose charm Jo-Anne finds increasingly irresistible. Every scene as we follow the parallel stories of the two girls is filled with action, emotion and danger. The fear is palpable. I could feel my pulse rate increasing as each scene unfolded.
I have no hesitation in recommending this exciting thriller, and in giving it the richly deserved five stars.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Rather simple, basic book, not particularly imaginative. It was just enough of interest to keep me reading to the end. At times unrealistic. Some predictable tropes. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jamie
I loved this book read it in three days couldn't put it down always wanted to know what was happening nextPublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Really good read enjoyed it from start to finish Belfast girls was also a great readPublished on 2 Aug. 2014 by linda mccutcheon
Spellbinding richness of imagery and the sharp smack of action that quickens the heart. Gerry McCullough weaves a beautiful tale of twin girls separated at birth and traveling on... Read morePublished on 10 Mar. 2013 by Barbara Silkstone
This was only the second book of gerry mcculloughs that i have read.l enjoyed this one as much as belfast girls.it kept me gripped from start to finish. Read morePublished on 14 Jan. 2013 by Amazon Customer
This book had me gripped from start to finish and was an adrenaline rush! I literally could not put this book down until I had finished it. Read morePublished on 23 Nov. 2012 by Sarah-Lou Roberts
Really loved this book. the story was very near to true life experiences. would like to read a sequel to this if if ever was written.Published on 8 Nov. 2012 by Marie Kealey
DANGER, DANGER is a good read. Twins separated at birth seem to lead parallel lives which are basically quite similar. Read morePublished on 23 Aug. 2012 by Phyllis J. Burton
This is an excellent read, and a thoughtful insight into the lives of three friends (Belfast girls) who lead very separate yet ultimately interwoven lives. Read morePublished on 15 July 2012 by Mike Church
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