The Image of You: I thought I knew you. But you're a liar. Paperback – 22 Feb 2018
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Adele Parks just keeps getting better (Heat)
Gripping, twisty and heartbreaking, this standout story is a triumph (Isabelle Broom, Heat)
Adele Parks does it again. She's already proved she can write a sparkling rom com, a moving love story and a lovingly researched historical novel, now she's taken on the domestic thriller genre and nailed it. Tightly plotted, brilliantly conceived and totally gripping
Twisty, unputdownable and utterly engrossing (Jenny Colgan)
Filled with drama, riddled with deceit, The Stranger In My Home is another wonderfully tragic and atmospheric story about the complexities of morals and issues and with such an unexpected ending that will leave the reader gasping in shock (Handwritten Girl)
Gripped from the very first line, this rollercoaster read is undoubtedly Adele Parks's best novel yet (Bella Magazine)
You MUST discover this absolute gem of a novel for yourself... It had me truly gripped from start to finish (The Welsh Librarian)
A slow burning story that speeds up halfway through, its pace mirrors Alison's psyche as it unravels, holding the reader in suspense before packing a final punch. Unpredictable and gripping until the end (The Lady)
The plot twists and turns...and the reader is left frantic to know how it's going to work out (Woman)
The secrets, lies and suspense kept me engrossed (Daily Mail)
The Image of You is the gripping new page-turner from Adele Parks, author of the No. 1 bestselling ebook, The Stranger In My Home.See all Product description
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Adele has well and truly reignited my passion for reading again!
This book is undoubtably her best yet, I literally have no words!! The twists, turns and shock after reading each chapter continue to amaze me-I have read this in 3 days (a first for a mum of a young family!!) and also bought the audio to listen to because I was that desperate to be submerged in the story...hats off Adele this is a jaw dropping story line!!
If you love the recent Liar and Dr Foster dramas then this shocking book is for you, the ending....well I didn't see that coming!! And just when I thought a Parks book couldn't get any better!! I really will struggle to find another author that shocks intrigues and excites like Adele Parks!!
I enjoyed this, especially at the beginning, we see Anna and Nick meeting and their ensuing relationship. Then we have the complication of Zoe thrown in. Still all fine. Then the more I read, the more I thought there is only one resolution and I was proven to be right. It is always nice to have worked out the plot but it is disappointing too. My interest did wane and I found myself waiting for the inevitable reveal and I ended up feeling this is too long. Do not get me wrong, the plot reveal is interesting and has fascinating consequences - hopefully it will shock you!
I did like the characters in this. Anna, Zoe and Nick are very strong characters and for the most part, likeable. There were times when I get frustrated with them, some of the secrets they keep from each other are pointless and so minuscule, at times they come across extremely childlike. This aside, I did enjoy reading their story and the developments in their lives.
Overall, I enjoyed 'The Image of You' but I thought it was too long and disappointingly obvious.
This book would really translate well to the small screen and make a great short TV series on the lines of Dr Foster et al.
Saying all this, I really did enjoy the book.