- Paperback: 400 pages
- Publisher: Berkley; Reprint edition (November 7, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9781101988305
- ISBN-13: 978-1101988305
- ASIN: 1101988304
- Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 1 x 8.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 11.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 338 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #120,339 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Praise for I See You
“Wonderfully sinister. Had me looking over my shoulder every time I traveled on the tube.”—Fiona Barton, New York Times bestselling author of The Widow
“A brilliant second novel by one of Britain’s most exciting newcomers.”—Jeffrey Archer
“Accomplished, addictive, and thought-provoking.”—B. A. Paris, author of Behind Closed Doors
“An intense psychological thriller that I inhaled with my heart in my mouth…Unsettling and claustrophobic read. Truly shuddersome.”—Mary Kubica, New York Times bestselling author of The Good Girl
“Mind-bending…[This novel] makes you reevaluate every step you take, and you will see the world in a different light. And that is genius.”—Alexandra Burt, author of The Good Daughter
“Mackintosh scripts a hair-raising ride.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review)
“[A] well-crafted blend of calculated malevolence, cunning plot twists, and redemption that will appeal to fans of Sophie Hannah, Ruth Rendell, and Ruth Ware.”—Booklist (starred review)
“[Mackintosh's] meticulous detail to investigative accuracy and talent in weaving a thrilling tale set her work apart from others in the field.”—Kirkus Reviews
Praise for I Let You Go
“Chilling, compelling, and compassionate, I Let You Go is a finely crafted novel with a killer twist.”—Paula Hawkins, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Girl on the Train
“Astonishingly good.”—Lee Child, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Make Me
“The big plot twist in Clare Mackintosh’s first novel, I Let You Go, is genuinely shocking. The jolts that follow, right up until the last page, are pretty good too…[A] cunning psychological thriller.”—Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times Book Review
“An intense psychological thriller…[that] revels in surprises and twists…Outstanding.”—The Associated Press
“I Let You Go is a master class in plotting, with a killer twist. I could not put it down.”—Jojo Moyes, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Me Before You
About the Author
Clare Mackintosh is an award-winning New York Times and international bestselling author. She spent twelve years on the police force in England and has written for the Guardian, Good Housekeeping, and other publications. A columnist for Cotswold Life, she is the founder of Chipping Norton Literary Festival and lives in North Wales with her family. She is the author of I See You and I Let You Go.
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I See You is one the best book I’ve read so far in 2017! I loved it so much! I’m a huge fan for books where the main character is being stalked, and this was no exception. There were some small parts where we see the stalker’s thoughts, and it’s SO creepy, but so perfectly done. Part of what I loved most about this book is how much truth there was to how easy it would be to stalk certain people. The book talks about how Zoe (as well as other characters) take the same route to work each day, sit in the same train car, etc. All I could think about was how accurate this was for me. I commute to work and definitely take the same train, get in the same train car, get off at the same place, get on the same bus…etc. It creeped me out to think about how easily someone could track me if they wanted to.
I loved Zoe as our protagonist, and really felt for her as she struggled to decide how much she should and shouldn’t tell her children and long term boyfriend about what’s been going on. Partly, she doesn’t want them to think she’s overreacting, and partly she doesn’t want to worry them.
I also really liked Kelly and her partner Nick. While the story primarily focused on Zoe and the ongoing case, we learned about Kelly’s personal life and history, and I would love to see her and Nick show up in future books. I could also see there being a romantic involvement between Kelly and Nick! I loved them together.
As the case unfolds, I was constantly questioning who was behind it all, and why? I won’t give anything away, but the end of the book was phenomenal! I was completely caught off guard, and then the last few pages had me literally yelling out loud because I was so surprised (in the best possible way!) and I was DYING to talk to someone about the book! I immediately messaged a friend to freak out about it all, as well as texted my best friend telling her she needed to read the book ASAP!
I have seen other reviewers mention that they felt like the book got a little repetitive in the middle, but personally I didn’t have the same experience. I honestly loved every page of the book, and read it in two sittings because I was so gripped. This one felt like it was written just for me, and I can’t rave about it enough!
I highly recommend this one for all fans of the thriller genre! This was the first book I’ve read by Clare Mackintosh, and I’ve had I Let You Go by her on my to read list for a while, so I definitely need to bump that one up and read it sooner than originally planned! A huge thank you to Netgalley, Clare Mackintosh, and Berkley Publishing Group for a copy of the book. It was my pleasure to provide an honest review.
And the ending! While I had my suspicions on and off throughout the book, the ending led me to believe I was wrong. Then WHAM! The epilogue was amazing. I love books capable of shocking me.
Clare Mackintosh is quickly becoming a favorite author. I loved her debut novel, I Let You Go, and I loved this story as well.
Zoe Walker takes the same route to and from work every day. She waits for the train in the same spot and sits in the same seat. Very predictable. One day she is reading the paper and see her picture on and advertisement for a website called findtheone.com. When she shares this with her boyfriend and kids and even her best friend who lives next door. they all blow it off. "Are you sure that is you, hard to tell from the picture" "Maybe you have a doppelganger"
The police do not take a real interest in it either. But when she notices other woman's pictures and then sees on the news that one of them was murdered, she knows something is wrong. Finally a cop named Kelly listens to her, she is working a case of a woman who had her keys stolen and it turns out that woman's picture was also in the paper one day. Kelly is able to get herself transferred to the dept that is working the case of the dead woman.
Like I said the first half of the book was slow paced. The chapters alternated between Zoe & Kelly. None of the characters jumped off the page to me. But I did like the story. And the second half of the book the pace and suspense picked up. And it makes ya think, are you a creature of habit, who knows your daily routine and are they watching you. Creepy...
The author threw so many curves around to make you suspect everyone. And I did at the beginning, then as the book went on I had it narrowed down to 2 people. Was positive the person behind the website was one of them. Boy was I wrong. When it was finally revealed at the end who it was I was like "Whoa, never thought of that one." But then there was one finally twist at the end I did figure out.