Just finished the above book and it was totally unputdownable. Really recommend.
C. L. Taylor
"I know your name's not really Jane Hughes ...Jane Hughes has a loving partner, a job in an animal sanctuary and a tiny cottage in rural Wales. She's happier than she's ever been but her life is a lie. Jane Hughes does not really exist"
Thanks for the recommendation.
Is it a "Girlie book"? or is it likely to appeal to the "macho man"?
It's not overly girlie, although the story is told from a female POV.
I'm psycho as it is... don't need any more cheap thrills.
I'd be too scared to read it, now..........
One here for Mr Semmens
Its the new Mitch Rapp Called the Survivor
the original author was Vince Flynn, killed in a plane crash at age 42. now the franchise has been taken over by Kyle mills he is very good I have just read it
Question, where do you lot find the time to read a book? I can't work out how I ever found the time to go to work.........
I've not read the book, at all, or am even aware of the plot, but, I probably would react quite calmly whatever the crisis, I learnt years ago that getting worked up over something affects no-one except me.
The marks out of 10 ranged from 3 - 6. Most of the group scored low. I gave it the 6.
So, what sort of comments that elicited those marks, Mary.
The characters are not likeable. There are badly edited sentences. These are two of the criticisms.
I see. What demographic would you say that this story is targeting?
It's a crime procedural told from the POV of the victim who is an unreliable witness. The timeline jumps around, as does the setting. The majority is flashback to a hippy style retreat to explain current events. The demographic of the novel would be people who like that sort of thing.