-- Gail Cleare, author of USA Today Bestseller THE TASTE OF AIR
"... a gripping tale. Whilst not the light-read that this genre usually pitches itself at,this complex tale was an immensely satisfying read."
-- Cleopatra Loves Books
"For a debut novel this is a brave topic as [is] the time it is set in, but what Jennie Ensor brings is a thrilling psychological story that I really enjoyed and raced through. If you enjoy a thriller with a number of themes running through the story, then Blind Side is one not to be missed."
-- The Last Word Book Review
"Blind Side is a superb debut novel from the pen of Jennie Ensor. From the opening prologue to the very last page, I was completely immersed in Georgie's story as we are transported back to London, 2005 - set before, during and after the 7/7 bombings.
The book opens with a short prologue that made the hairs on the back of my neck stand up and I simply couldn't read fast enough to find out what had happened. Jennie Ensor cleverly keeps us in suspense as we have a whole lot of story to get through before my curiosity could be satisfied.
There are so many subjects and issues to discuss in Blind Side, that I think it would be excellent for book groups.
Blind Side is an absolutely stunning debut from Jennie Ensor; so thought-provoking and profound that every reader will get something different out of reading it. I'm so excited to read the psychological thriller than Jennie is working on next. If it's half as good as Blind Side it will be a cracker!"
-- Michelle Ryles, Amazon Top 1000 reviewer (The Book Magnet)
"I read this book over the course of the day without putting it down once. It's a powerful and engaging novel, thought-provoking and difficult to forget once you've reached the end.
"Blind Side both surprised and captivated me. The book grabs a hold of you instantly with a spine-tingling prologue and it doesn't let you go physically until the end - mentally not for a while longer as the themes are left there on your mind for much more than 300+ pages. A great debut - and I'm looking forward to reading more from Jennie Ensor in future."
-- Reviewed The Book
-- Keeper of Pages
-- Joanne Robertson Amazon Top 500 reviewer in My Chestnut Reading Tree, Dec 13 2016
About the Author
Jennie Ensor is a Londonerdescended from a long line of Irish folk. She has worked as a freelancejournalist, covering topics from forced marriages to the fate of AboriginalAustralians living on land contaminated by British nuclear testing.
Ms E lives in London with herhusband and their cuddle-loving, sofa-hogging terrier. When not chasing the dogor dreaming of setting off on an unfeasibly long journey with a Kindleful ofbooks, she writes novels, short stories and poetry (published under anothername). Her second novel, to be finished soon with any luck, is a dark and unsettlingpsychological drama.