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Having not read the blurb,all I knew about the story line is that its about a lorry driver now I have read the book, there is actually more to this story than just a lorry driver. This is actually a story written has a diary so each page you read is a diary entry. We follow a story about a woman who's name is never revealed throughout the whole story. Just her husband using pet names like Gorgeous or Babe. Which I found intriguing Having been married nine years she feels something isn't right with herself, her marriage and her husband.Until one explosive night she finds a possible answer. And that was the moment I found myself saying OH MY GOD and it made my stomach turn! seriously I wasn't expecting that.
With the story being told from her point of view there were moments when I wanted to shake her and say Really! but also feeling sorry for her at the same time. But I did love her sarcastic sense of humor she had which I could totally relate to being like that myself.
The authors writing skills are so well crafted I could feel the tension and emotion in the court room bringing a tear to my eye.
I seriously think everyone that as read Flowers For The Dead should read Invisible. In fact I think this is a must read for Physiological thriller fans. It is one well and truly twisted and gripping read which I highly recommend giving it 5 massive stars.
It’s been on my Kindle for some time and I don’t even remember buying it.
I haven’t read any other reviews or the synopsis, so I’d no idea of what it was about, which I think added to the slow build up of suspense and tension as the story unfolded. I can’t understand why an enormous fuss hasn’t been made about this book in the media, or has it and I missed it?
The story is written in diary form by a young married woman who spends long periods of time waiting for her beloved, controlling trucker husband to return home and then documents the reunions good and bad. Meanwhile her friends become increasingly distant with her and she has no idea why.
I’m not going to reveal any other part of the plot because the jaw dropping, totally chilling surprise elements are one of the important factors in the whole story.
All I’ll say is that when a crime or crimes are committed there are multiple victims. Those who are rarely given any sympathetic recognition are the families of the perpetrator whose whole lives are often shaken to the core. Even worse when they are unfairly vilified and thought to be complicit.
The author handles a very difficult subject with a lot of sensitivity and understanding.
The ending brought me to tears.
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