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Mud Vein by [Fisher, Tarryn]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4438 KB
  • Print Length: 292 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00JHVUQ70
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 53 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #114,129 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Mud Vein by Tarryn Fisher
5 stars!!

“It’s your darkness that pulls me in. Your mud vein. But sometimes having a mud vein will kill you.”

I really do not know where to start with this review. This is one book that was hard to read and is going to be extremely hard to review. With Tarryn Fisher you always know to expect the unexpected and this book is no different. While personally I didn’t like the ending it is what I have come to expect and I can see why Tarryn chose to end it that way, you know that with Tarryn at the other end of the keyboard it will never be what you think or want. One thing that you cannot deny though is that this book is flawlessly written, it will have you captivated from the start and will have you second guessing, third guessing and eternally guessing who the captor is, but such is the genius in the way it is written I bet you will be wrong time and time again. I for one never guessed and I watch a lot of crime type programmes and thought I would have seen through the plot, but alas no, I was wrong, each and every time.

If you are going into this thinking that this is a dark and erotic book then think again, I would say more of a dark, psychological thriller…more like a horror film and definitely not a romance. Actually, I think that this would make a great film, one that I would definitely watch. You are kept on the edge of your seat at all times, never knowing what is around the corner and it is that constant state of suspense that keeps you hanging and turning the pages. The words truly draw you in and you feel their fear, you feel their hunger, you feel their mental torture, you just FEEL and I love a book that makes me FEEL.

The blurb gives nothing away, only the beginning of the book.
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Well this book was recommended to me within a book club I belong to on Facebook. I have not read anything else by Tarryn Fisher and went into this blind. At first it moved rather slowly for me, but within a few chapters, I was totally hooked! I found that I was zoned out to this book until I finished it. Although I didn't finish in one sitting, due to starting it at a stupid hour, I was done in two days as it just gripped me and I couldn't put it down.
So, how to describe Mud Vein??!! Well it's not a love story, or is it??
Initially Senna displays no feelings and therefore I displayed no feelings whilst reading it. Which I thought was kinda weird as I usually cry.....at a lot of things, but I actually felt at some points I was in Senna's headspace and reacting how she was!!! However towards the end I was actually feeling despair!! So emotional and so sad that I sobbed like a baby!! So for me that is amazing writing!!!
It is also one of those stories that flips from present to past and back to present time again which for me just keeps it refreshing and interesting and me on the seat of my pants as to what's coming next. This story also makes you think!
It's not all love and mush and easy reading, no! This story grabs you by the balls and takes you on a roller coaster of a ride!! This story is not for the faint hearted. It is dark and twisted and truly heartbreaking.
I absolutely loved the female lead, Senna! For all that she goes through, in her own way she remains strong and stubborn. I also loved the male lead too, Isaac. He was just wonderful and a doctor!!!! With just a hint of bad boy, but it's his display of unconditional love that just leaves you breathless! Sigh!
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I downloaded this on the recommendation of a friend and after reading all the good reviews, I have to say I felt totally let down by this book. It was just bizarre.

The story starts with Senna waking up in an isolated house in the middle of nowhere with a friend from her past. So far, so intriguing. That's where the story derails. It jumps backwards and forwards across time periods, trying to explain various events and thought processes, but it's confusing to read. There's one point where the book just becomes a completely different book for three chapters - the character is reading a book written by her ex.

With regard to Senna, I didn't get her at all. She comes across as whiny, unlikeable and antisocial. Having gone back to read some of the other reviews, I understand the general consensus is that she has Aspergers, or similar, but if that's the case then it's not really explored. I just thought she was an unpleasant person.

The only reason I finished this book was because I was so sure it was going to get better. I was wrong.
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I believe in soul mates!

Tarryn Fisher is one of my go to authors without even reading the synopsis.

This book is so complex and emotional that I feel I can only write a few lines in my review. I find that I'm speechless in a lot of ways.
Tarryn without a doubt deserves great success because of the brilliant way she portrayed this story, her research must have been in abundance, her intellect is to be in awe of and she is a true writing genius.

I found I went so deep into the thoughts of these characters every time I picked this up and I got lost. I loved it and 'I got it'. I really felt deeply what Tarryn was writing about and it was excellent. It certainly won't be to everyone's liking but if you like dark and gritty, mind baffling and suspenseful then this is a must read. If you want a feel good book then it's not for you.

Strangely enough though, this book made me feel good.

I believe in soul mates!
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