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- Print Length: 237 pages
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00FYXJF1I
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 268 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #45,081 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
Highly recommended which is why I gave it 5 stars - just don't expect an easy read!
I wasn't sure what to expect with this Kerry Wilkinson book. As an avid Jessica Daniels reader I was wondering if the magic would be lost when stepping away. This is a very different book, set in Manchester and about a couple who move into a new area and one chance encounter changes their lives forever.
The premise works very well, believable to the point of haunting. It took a bit longer to get into than previous books by this author, but having read his other books I was willing to persist. This does pay off as you are lead through twists and turns, some you see coming and other surprise. At one point it feels like watching the build up and impact of a car crash; you know it is coming, want to look away, but need to know.
My "does it engage the reader" test was passed - nearly missing my tube stop a couple of times, so be careful!
It is on my must re-read list.
After two years living with her rather irritating parents, Esther and her husband Charlie Pooley have at last moved into their new dream home. The house, situated in another town, still needs a complete makeover but the Pooleys are happy to finally have their own space, their love nest. Charlie is also starting an exciting new job.
One day, whilst Esther is driving through the as yet unfamiliar roads in that area, she is involved in an accidental and harrowing run-in with a local thug, Dougie Jamieson. He follows her in his car, threatens her and leaves her terrorised. This encounter will prove pivotal for her and her husband as from then on their lives spiral out of control, their happiness is shattered and they will never be the same again.
To everyone in that community, Dougie Jamieson is positively recognised for his award winning work with disabled children. For the Pooleys he proves to be the incarnation of the devil himself as he will literally turn their lives to hell.
Living close by, Dougie and his partner Leah turn their mischievous attention on the Pooleys and begin to inflict all imaginable forms of bullying and vandalism on them and their property. The severity of this victimisation escalates gradually from hung up calls and rubbish dumped on their driveway to such an extent where the victims even doubt their very own sanity.
Will the bullying ever cease? To which extremes will it arrive? Will the Pooleys ever manage to defeat Dougie and live happily in their new home? How far is Charlie ready to go to safeguard his wife?Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not what I expected from this author. Not my usual read and I will not buy his books impulsively in futurePublished 3 months ago by oldgranny
I have read most of Kerry wilkinson books and really enjoyed them but found myself skipping more pages than I read in this book didn't enjoy it at all.Published 4 months ago by janet baileyj
I love Kerry Wilkinson but found myself skipping pages. Awful ending that I just don't get and actually don't care about.Published 4 months ago
This was a hard read. So true to life in this present age of road rage and bullying. I still don't know if I enjoyed the book! It could have been a real life diary. Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. Jupe
Ok its not often I leave anything but A 5* BUT!! I had to leave a 4, would have been a 3 but to say I didnt like it would be unfair, because I did enjoy the book. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Lane
I didn't like this one very much, being a devotee of 'happy endings'.Published 8 months ago by john edwards
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