You went to bed at home, just like every other night.
You woke up in the back of a taxi, over 250 miles away.
You have no idea how you got there and no memory of the last 10 hours. You have no phone, no money, just a suicide note in your coat pocket, in your own writing.
You know you weren't planning to kill yourself. Your family and friends think you are lying. Someone knows exactly what happened to you. But they're not telling....
"Gripping.... surprises at every turn." ( The Daily Mail)
"One chapter in and you’ll be hooked." ( Red Magazine)
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By Lulu M on 17-01-17
Interesting plot but ...
The plot is quite interesting but a bit too much repetition and far too many descriptions of domestic activity/child care for my taste. Unfortunately I guessed the outcome quite early on, there are a couple of obvious clues & the narrator's tone gave a lot away for me.
39 of 40 people found this review helpful
By Beckhamgirl on 26-04-17
Rather predictable from the start. Ending is a huge anti climax
Found this book rather difficult to finish since it was pretty clear from the start what was going on. Without spoiling it; the ending is an anti climax just when you think a plot twist is occurring; it turns out to be more babble. Takes a lot of talent to write a book however this was wasn't great :(
If you want a good thriller with lots of plot twists try "accidents happen" or "the loving husband"
36 of 37 people found this review helpful
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By Lizzystick on 25-04-17
Over the top but still held my attention
This is one of those stories where at times you say "give me a break" however I was interested in it till the end so I would give it a 3.7. I would say most will figure out the culprit(s) fairly quickly but like watching a train wreck in slo-mo you can't stop listening. Maybe one too many plot twists especially at the very end. Narration was good.
66 of 70 people found this review helpful
By Candice on 08-01-17
Slow Build to Bang-Up Finish!
What did you love best about Everything You Told Me?
This book was like starting out on a hilltop, parachuting on down to the bottom, then climbing up a thirty-degree incline until you're back up to the hilltop, with an unexpected present having been waiting for you there the whole time!
What other book might you compare Everything You Told Me to and why?
I can't think of another book that really compares to this one, and I've read many in this genre. It could be described as a family drama with a mystery twist and mind-bending suspense to boot. There are many characters to familiarize yourself with, which I think adds to the story well. I enjoyed the dynamics between Sally and her husband Matthew and the rest of their extended families. Even the children were interesting.
Which scene was your favorite?
When Sally invites herself over to her brother and future sis-in-law's Kelly's flat to get to know her a little better...
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
A detective who does her own sleuthing has a fool for a client.
Any additional comments?
Great story. The opening scene sets the stage for a slow build of a mystery with many intertwining parts. Don't expect explosions around every corner, it's more like a flame that sparks hotter and brighter as it burns. I urge readers to stick with it, it's worth it. Lucy Dawson had another book called 'You Sent Me a Letter," and I am on to that one next. I enjoyed this book and would recommend!
58 of 62 people found this review helpful