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- Listening Length: 8 hours and 10 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Brilliance Audio
- Audible.co.uk Release Date: 10 Feb. 2014
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00IA3WB5G
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Watching Over You Audio Download – Unabridged
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A tour de force which has made me think, at one level harrowing but at another full of hope; hope that as a society we can do better than this. The author showed courage and ingenuity to communicate her message. I am glad she did and I admire her for it.
I had read book one in her previous series so was aware of the authors style of writing, however this book just blew me away.
I love how the chapters are just long enough that they leave you hanging so you need to read the next chapter, then the next, then the next until the hours have slipped by and you realise you just can't leave this book alone.
I'm going to be a stalker of this author and make sure I keep up with every book she writes! Yes! It was THAT good.
Charley has certainly suffered a sad loss and a year after her husband died in a tragic accident she moves into a flat looking forward to moving on.
Ella is certainly battling an horrific past. Right from the start it is obvious that Ella has issues, serious issues. Ella, due to her past, certainly is not a straight forward character. My feelings for her changed throughout the story.
Watching Over You certainly won't be a story for the faint hearted as it does make for some uncomfortable reading due to the nature of the story.
If like me, you are made of stronger stuff and like to be taken on a hair raising ride though, then look no further.
The author had me well and truly hooked from the start. I read this novel within a matter of a few hours. Think Single White Female and even then some. Ella is a truly disturbed individual and the further into the story I got the more on edge I felt. I wanted to grab Charley and tell her to get as far away from there as possible.
Mel Sherratt has created a powerful and hard hitting story that makes for a thrilling yet shocking read. A must read for fans of truly disturbing psychological thrillers.
Following the death of her husband and unborn child, Charley Belington sells the family home and bravely starts life over again. On moving into a new flat, she is befriended by her landlady, Ella, who seems like the perfect friend and confidante. But, unbeknownst to Charley, Ella is fighting her own dark and dirty demons as the fallout from a horrific childhood sends her spiraling down into madness ‒ and unspeakable obsessions.
Well first things first just LOOK at that cover. Brilliant. That had me nervous before I even read the first page - I stocked up on chocolate, ensured that my axe proof duvet was at the ready and a bit like going back to childhood and watching Dr Who from behind the sofa, I cautiously made my way into the story...
So. Ella. What a great character. God she's scary - so normal on the outside, at least at first glance, yet on the inside a complete psychopath. Ok, so she had a rubbish childhood- HORRIFIC - you should, I suppose, have some sympathy for her. And I guess I did - for a while..but this is cleverly written and has you wondering if she would still be an extremely dangerous person even if her formative years had been all rainbows and kittens. Sometimes evil is just that. So thats one side of this book and its compelling, totally frightening and utterly addictive.
Then you have Charley who is perfectly lovely - she has also suffered a tragedy, that being what puts her in the path of Ella in the first place as she tries to forge out a life for herself in unexpected and terrible circumstances.As fate would have it her very real chance at new happiness may be thwarted by the simple fact that she is accepting of Ella's manipulative friendship.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A good read if a bit repetative but on the whole quite enjoyable would certainly read more by his authorPublished 1 month ago by jeff borrows
I've read all of mel sherratts books and none have been a disappointment. Another fine read.Published 1 month ago by DK
Not very good at all. The writing had quite a juvenile tone to it. Very "chick lit' with sex and violence thrown in which all became very repetitive Tried finishing it but life... Read morePublished 1 month ago by jessica
This is surely the worst book I have ever read, and I've read a a LOT.
BORING, repetitive, not one credible character in it, whatever makes Me Sherratt thing she can write?? Read more
I thought characters and storyline rather simplistic and the author compensated for this by using crude and lurid descriptions and language . Read morePublished 2 months ago by Marie Gribbin
I found this book quite uncomfortable to read but intriguing non the less. Difficult subject matter covered and definitely not for the prudish. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Melanie 1967