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A fun read
on 24 May 2017
Is it a crime thriller? Is it a story of Satanic possession? Is the first person narrator simply mad?
This elaborately plotted story of paranoia (or are they really all out to get her?) is a satisfying read. The ending leaves a few plot holes but far fewer than many TV thriller series. In fact this story would translate well to the screen. If Ms Dounaeva ever gets an agent we may well see it on the box. Mind you, an indie writer with an agent would be more implausible than anything in this book.
This book, for me, hovered between 4* and 5*. What pushed it to 5* was the way that I began to care about the heroine and the sheer vigour of the writing that really carries you along. I picked up a free copy of this on Amazon and it's taken me two years to get round to it (blame the uninspiring cover) but once I picked it up I powered through it. It's a fun read, though not one to take to seriously or over-analyse. Or analyse at all, really. Just let the author entertain you.