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The dual time-line for the book was well-crafted, building the past and current characters in real time as each sub-plot progressed. Rather than being confusing (as I initially thought it might be) it served to implant the story firmly without the need to back-track. This makes the book flow really well. The characters were all believable giving validity to the twisting plot line. I had my own theory of who the antagonist might be from the mid-point of the book, but was surprised, but not disappointed to be proved wrong at the end. All loose ends are neatly tied at the conclusion, some of which, I personally would have liked left to flail in my imagination. The narration was excellent, transforming the travel time to Wales and back from tedium to excitement.
15 of 16 people found this review helpful
I read a review before choosing this book that referred to it as 50 shades meets the girl on the train and thought it was strange but it's actually a pretty good way to sum it up. I thoroughly enjoyed the story, certainly different to anything I have read before and kept me wanting to find out what was going on. A few surprises along the way and I think it's a book I'll remember for some time due to the strange events and characters.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful
I was in from the first few sentences. I couldn't put it down. I kept thinking I knew how the story would play out, but I kept being wrong. I highly recommend it, but not for a week long holiday - I finished it in 2 days!!